ILR is leading the business community’s campaign to address irrational enforcement practices that compromise the rule of law, and fundamental fairness. ILR consistently encourages companies and enforcement agencies to work in partnership to most effectively prevent waste, fraud, and corruption. To further that partnership, we encourage, among other things, the adoption of common-sense enforcement policies that result in punishments that are proportional to alleged offenses and incentivize companies to invest and develop compliance programs.


Suggested Resources

  • Lighting the Way: FCA Reform and Compliance Program Credit

    Lighting the Way: FCA Reform and Compliance Program Credit

    June 27, 2018

    This paper contends that in order to encourage companies to create and sustain a culture of consistent compliance, particularly with regard to the federal False Claims Act, the U.S. Department of Justice should formalize a policy of offering credit for companies that implement effective compliance and ethics programs. Read More

  • Torts of the Future II: Addressing the Liability and Regulatory Implications of Emerging Technologies

    Torts of the Future II: Addressing the Liability and Regulatory Implications of Emerging Technologies

    April 18, 2018

    The second edition of ILR's Torts of the Future research examines evolutions in regulatory and liability trends for emerging technologies including artificial intelligence, virtual reality, wearable devices, and 3D printing. The research also presents a number of updated guiding principles to inform courts, legislators, and policymakers as they seek to address privacy and safety concerns without derailing or delaying innovation. Read More

All Results for Over-Enforcement

  1. In the News Today - January 28, 2020

    January 28, 2020 | News

    "Selling More Lawsuits, Buying More Trouble: Third Party Litigation Funding A Decade Later;" Defense Lawyer Stresses Need For "Robust" Compliance Programs... Read More

  2. Pending Seventh Circuit Decision Could Impact False Claims Dismissals

    January 07, 2020 | News

    An appeal before the Seventh Circuit could determine how much deference the U.S. government gets in dismissing whistleblower False Claims Act cases, Bloomberg Law reports.... Read More

  3. In the News Today - December 18, 2019

    December 18, 2019 | News

    California Attorney Charged With Extortion; "More Joint SEC-CFTC Actions Raise Concerns Over 'Piling On'"... Read More

  4. DOJ False Claims Dismissal Efforts On "Solid Ground"

    November 18, 2019 | News

    The U.S. Department of Justice's (DOJ) recent efforts to dismiss what it considers "meritless" False Claims Act lawsuits "appears to be on increasingly solid ground," Law360 reports.... Read More

  5. In the News Today - November 8, 2019

    November 08, 2019 | News

    "Will New Executive Orders Close OFCCP's Highway to Enforcement Hell?"... Read More

  6. Will New Executive Orders Close OFCCP's Highway to Enforcement Hell?

    November 07, 2019 | Blogs

    Experienced drivers know the rules of the road. Green light means go, red light means stop, and the speed limit ensures safe driving. Break these rules, and you'll get a ticket or hauled into traffic court. But what if those responsible for enforcing the rules decided to change them on a whim? ... Read More

  7. In the News Today - October 10, 2019

    October 10, 2019 | News

    "No More Rule by Memorandum"... Read More

  8. Judge's Dismissal Rejection "Unprecedented," DOJ Says

    August 26, 2019 | News

    In a brief, attorneys with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) said a California federal judge's refusal to dismiss a False Claims Act case is an "unprecedented decision."... Read More

  9. In the News Today - August 14, 2019

    August 14, 2019 | News

    DOJ Compliance Outlooks Reflects "Recognition" Of Robust Compliance Programs... Read More

  10. In the News Today - July 19, 2019

    July 19, 2019 | News

    "8 Key Elements Of An Effective Antitrust Compliance Program"; Missouri Lawmaker Says Legislature Will Continue Legal Reform Momentum Next Session... Read More