Miner Discusses International Cooperation and Compliance Expectations

The DOJ has been “working diligently over the past few years to revise and clarify many of the Department’s and Criminal Division’s policies that impact corporate enforcement, and [] will continue to do so for the foreseeable future,” Deputy Assistant Attorney General Matthew Miner said in an address to the recent Third Global White Collar Crime Institute sponsored by the Criminal Justice Section of the American Bar Association. Miner discussed the DOJ’s efforts to foster international cooperation on anti-corruption and other DOJ matters, as well as recent revisions to DOJ policies pertaining to piling on, evaluation of corporate compliance programs, evidence gathering, individual cooperation and transparency. This article summarizes the key takeaways from his speech. See “Quick Look at Recent DOJ Policy Changes” (Feb. 20, 2019). For more from Miner, see “Miner’s First Speech As a Criminal Division Leader Focuses on M&A” (Aug. 8, 2018).

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