There was a myth that enforcement actions against companies would decline under the Trump administration, but the latest numbers clearly show that law enforcement is robust, said Kendall Day, a partner at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher in Washington, D.C.

Day, a 15-year federal prosecutor and former acting U.S. deputy assistant attorney general, co-authored the law firm’s year-end update on 2018 deferred and non-prosecution agreements with corporations, which was released Friday.

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