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Wednesday
May182016

Joseph Spinelli: Yes, the Yates Memo is a watershed event

Career prosecutor and current Deputy AG Sally Yates authored one the most important DOJ policy papers in decades -- the Yates Memo, also known as the DOJ's Individual Accountability Policy.

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Monday
Sep142015

Richard Bistrong: Turn off the movie and read the Yates Memo

When I was asked last week during a TV interview if I once believed I could do wrong with impunity, I responded, “I never thought about getting caught.” Now, almost ten years after my last criminal act, comes the Yates Memo.

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Tuesday
Feb172015

Judge Rakoff isn't showing Prof Garrett the love

Judge Jed Rakoff above, Prof Brandon Garrett belowIn the February 19 edition of the New York Review of Books, federal judge Jed Rakoff of the southern district of New York reviews Brandon Garrett's book, Too Big to Jail: How Prosecutors Compromise with Corporations.

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Tuesday
Jan212014

Is the FCPA a testosterone thing?

As the New Year kicks into full swing, I decided to take a retrospective look at the last several years of individual FCPA enforcement actions. Looking through on a year-to-year basis, a not entirely surprising trend began to emerge: the number of men prosecuted by the Department of Justice for violations of the FCPA outnumbered women. What was shocking however was the immense disparity: Men made up an astounding 96.7% of all defendants since January 2008.

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