The Practice: Shortcomings of DOJ's Antitrust Requirements

Many have criticized the U.S. Department of Justice Department Antitrust Division for its position on corporate compliance. The criticism is twofold: first, the division should provide general compliance guidance, and second, it should provide corporate defendants with compliance program credit under the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines.

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