The U.S. Department of Justice is looking for what Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer calls "a superstar" to lead the fraud section. With additional resources and the strong backing of Justice higher-ups for more fraud prosecution, the new chief should become the bane of defense lawyers' existence nationwide. This "rock star" who will bring "cases of extraordinary importance" -- Breuer's words again -- will also play a "key role" in developing Justice policy and fraud enforcement initiatives.
DOJ Looks for 'Rock Star' to Run Top-Priority Fraud Cases
The National Law Journal
August 11, 2009
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