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Welcome to Compliance Hot Spots, our briefing on compliance, enforcement and government affairs. What can be gleaned from the U.S. Justice Department’s recent declination in an FCPA case? Rod Rosenstein opens up about “pile on” penalties. Also, we highlight concerns accompanying a Covington & Burling partner’s planned jump to the FTC to lead consumer protection efforts. And could the CFPB’s big case against PHH be coming to an end soon? As always, thanks for reading, and we value any feedback. Tips or other other suggestions? What’s on your plate? Contact me cbarber@alm.com or 202-828-0315, or follow me on Twitter @cryanbarber.


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Mike Scarcella

Mike Scarcella is a senior editor in Washington on ALM Media's regulatory desk. Contact him at mscarcella@alm.com. On Twitter: @MikeScarcella. Mike works on a slate of newsletters: Supreme Court Brief | Higher Law | Compliance Hot Spots | Labor of Law.

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