Bending to pressure from Congress, a federal judge and a lobbying campaign by business and legal groups, the Justice Department announced a number of immediate changes to its corporate-fraud charging policies Tuesday.

Federal prosecutors will be required to seek approval from senior Justice Department officials in Washington, D.C., before requesting that a company turn over the results of an internal investigation or the strategic advice of the company’s lawyers.

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