For the third time in seven years, the Justice Department has issued a new policy for investigating and charging corporations. The McNulty Memorandum, being added to the Thompson and Holder Memoranda in the DOJ's ever-evolving attempt to get it right, addresses privilege waiver and denial of attorney fees -- but aside from that, does this latest policy really change anything? Chadbourne & Parke attorneys Abbe Lowell, Christopher Man and Obiamaka Okwumabua weigh in on the issue.
Is the DOJ's New Policy on Prosecuting Corporations Real Reform or Business as Usual?
Special to Law.com
January 31, 2007
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