January 12, 2022

Henry Van Dyck Talks to Bloomberg Law About DOJ’s Recent Approach to Corporate Crime

Bloomberg Law reported in the article “U.S. Signals Corporate Crime Shifts in Pair of Fraud Settlements” that year-end penalties imposed against two companies have provided the first tangible signs of how the Department of Justice (DOJ) plans to approach corporate crime by pressing for more guilty pleas and imposing outside monitors.

The publication turned to white collar defense and investigations partner Henry Van Dyck for insight on the DOJ’s new white-collar priorities, including how it imposes corporate monitors.

“What the DOJ is saying is that if we view you as a recidivist, or we don’t think your compliance program is up to snuff, we’re going to seriously consider requiring a corporate monitor as part of any resolution,” said Van Dyck.

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