Welcome to Compliance Hot Spots, our briefing on compliance, enforcement and government affairs. And welcome back from what was hopefully a fun and restful Memorial Day weekend. Let’s get right into it: With the pace of investigations, it’s always tough to know when to start drawing conclusions about enforcement action under a new administration. But the numbers from the first year-and-a-half of the Trump presidency, are starting to paint a picture of reduced activity. Also, we look this week at the DOJ’s effort to be more transparent about its approach—under the Foreign Agents Registration Act—when firms and individuals need to disclose their lobbying advocacy. Some links below might require a registration or subscription.

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