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New Compliance Guidance Shows The DOJ's Continued Commitment to Defending Rule of Law

While some of the U.S. is caught up in post-season baseball, the legal community is paying close attention to the Department of Justice (DOJ), which keeps knocking out policy home runs.  

Since early 2017, the DOJ has announced several positive policy changes aimed at defending the rule of law, promoting effective corporate compliance programs, and addressing the over-enforcement issues faced by many businesses.

And in a recent speech, the head of the DOJ’s Criminal Division,

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