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Allianz case questions if DOJ encouraging scapegoating in individual liability push
Is the Department of Justice’s focus on individual accountability in white-collar crime cases encouraging companies to scapegoat their employees? A recent court filing in a $6 billion corporate fraud case could give company officers some sleepless nights.
Uber CSO ruling fallout: Individual liability extends to data breach response
The case of the Uber chief security officer found guilty by a jury on two felonies for covering up a data breach and misleading federal regulators opens up another potential individual liability issue executives handling cyber incidents face, according to legal experts.
DOJ vows stricter white-collar enforcement, increased risk of monitors
Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco shares actions the Department of Justice will be taking to strengthen its response to corporate crime and what areas it will be looking at moving forward.