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Justice Dept. Boosts Its Game for Corporate Compliance Programs

Tom Fox | November 10, 2015

Word came last summer that the Justice Department planned to hire a compliance counsel. In September came a report that the department had hired Hui Chen, Standard Chartered’s former head of anti-bribery and corruption compliance, for this new position. Chen had a distinguished career in the corporate world, and during the 1990s she worked as a Justice Department trial lawyer in Washington and as an assistant U.S. attorney in Brooklyn.

Now all this has finally has come to pass. Chen started work at the Justice Department in November.

Much ink was spilled earlier this summer about the effectiveness of such a position. Some comments...

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