INSIGHT: Corporate Investigations in the Age of Lagos: Maximizing Restitution Without Losing Cooperation Credit—Part I

October 23, 2018

As Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has pointed out on many occasions, a corporate culture of compliance results in many benefits. Indeed, the Department of Justice maintains that strong compliance programs “attract investors and partners,” act as a “preventative medicine” against bad actors, and “free[] [government] investigators and attorneys to focus on corporate criminals who post the most dangerous and imminent threats to the American people—terrorists, drug traffickers, transnational cyber criminals.” Moreover, “[w]hen a company creates and fosters a culture of compliance, it creates value.”

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