All white-collar crime articles

  • Scott Hulsey

    Q&A: Ex-DOJ official on policy changes, new CCO expectations


    Scott Hulsey, partner at Barnes & Thornburg, former federal prosecutor, and a former chief compliance officer, discusses with Compliance Week how CCOs should respond to the Department of Justice’s recent policy changes regarding corporate crime.

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    DOJ to seek more info on victims in white-collar enforcement cases


    The Justice Department will ask companies to enhance how they address victim issues as part of new efforts announced by Criminal Division head Kenneth Polite Jr. in a speech on white-collar crime.

  • Brasseur_opinion

    Elizabeth Holmes verdict primes DOJ for white-collar crackdown


    For Department of Justice leadership that recently laid out plans to strengthen their response to corporate crime, the outcome of the Elizabeth Holmes trial is an arrow in the quiver for what might be a new age of white-collar enforcement.

  • Blog

    Matthew Graves joins DLA Piper


    Matthew Graves, former acting chief of the Fraud and Public Corruption Section at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, has joined the litigation practice at law firm DLA Piper as a partner in its Washington, D.C. office.

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    Britain Plans Law to Criminalize Failure to Prevent Financial Crimes


    U.S. companies with ties to Britain could face criminal charges in the United Kingdom if they fail to prevent a wide range of financial crimes—including fraud and money laundering—under new laws that the government is planning. The idea is to model the new rules on existing provisions in the U.K. ...

  • Article

    Building Regulatory Might in U.K., EU


    Data privacy and corporate transparency will be two of the top European issues on the agenda for compliance executives in 2015. And even if we have to wait another year to see a big corporate enforcement action under the U.K. Bribery Act, there are other reasons to fear Britain’s white-collar ...