- 2018 in review: Significant white collar developments at DOJ
- Guidance on corporate monitors
- False Claims Act—policy announcements
- DOJ secures first guilty plea in initial coin offering fraud case
- DOJ’s mixed results in foreign exchange prosecutions
- International cooperation versus data protection
- FCPA extraterritoriality—second circuit reigns in DOJ
Law 360, Expert Analysis: As the year comes to a close, attorneys at King & Spalding LLP look back at a few of the most notable developments at the US Department of Justice, including corporate monitor guidance, a False Claims Act policy shift, foreign exchange prosecutions, cryptocurrency fraud and international cooperation developments.
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