The U.S. Justice Department on Thursday named a top adviser to Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco to lead the department’s COVID-19 fraud enforcement effort.

Kevin Chambers, who left his Latham & Watkins partnership early last year to serve as associate deputy attorney general, will oversee DOJ’s efforts to investigate and prosecute any fraud found in the trillions of dollars of aid the federal government doled out during the pandemic.

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