DOJ’s Rosenstein and Benczkowski Discuss Individual Accountability, Transparency, Proportionality and the Corporate Enforcement Policy

In recent speeches, outgoing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Brian Benczkowski, the Assistant Attorney General in charge of the DOJ’s Criminal Division, stressed the need for cooperation between the DOJ and industry in fighting corruption, reiterated the DOJ’s commitment to individual accountability and provided further insights on the DOJ’s goals of ensuring transparency and proportionality, as evidenced by its FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy. Rosenstein delivered the keynote address on FCPA enforcement developments at a recent forum presented by TRACE International, and Benczkowski delivered his remarks at the recent 33rd Annual American Bar Association National Institute on White Collar Crime Conference. See “Quick Look at Recent DOJ Policy Changes” (Feb. 20, 2019).

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