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Colleges and Universities: What to Know When You Accept and Distribute CARES Act Emergency COVID-19 Funds

USA - April 14 2020 Colleges and universities adapting to COVID-19 will soon receive billions of dollars authorized by Congress through the CARES Act. Attendant with that…

Emily M. Loeb, Lindsay C. Harrison, Philip B. Sailer, Terri L. Mascherin.

Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein Announces Changes to Corporate Investigation Policies Regarding Individual Involvement

USA - December 4 2018 On November 29, 2018, Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein announced changes to the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) policy regarding the…

Anne Cortina Perry, Bernadette M. Walli, David Bitkower, Erin R. Schrantz, Jessica A. Martinez, Matthew D. Cipolla.

What’s in a Name? That Which We Now Call the Justice Manual Has a Familiar, But Distinctive, Scent

USA - October 9 2018 On September 25, 2018, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced the rollout of the “Justice Manual” - a revised and renamed version of the US…

Anne Cortina Perry, David Bitkower, Jessica A. Martinez, Matthew D. Cipolla.

Update: Sports Betting and AML Compliance

USA - May 17 2018 Earlier this week, the US Supreme Court decided that federal law can no longer force states to ban sports betting. Now that the federal prohibition…

E.K. McWilliams, Reid J. Schar, Sarah F. Weiss, Wade A. Thomson.

DOJ Announces New Policy to Avoid “Piling On” of Duplicative Corporate Penalties

USA - May 5 2018 On May 9, 2018, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced a new US Department of Justice (DOJ) policy to encourage coordination among DOJ units…

Anne Cortina Perry, Nicholas R. Barnaby, Ravi Ramanathan.