The memorandum that bears his name is working, Deputy Attorney General Paul McNulty said last week. That was the message that the Justice Department’s No. 2 official delivered at an April 17 D.C. Bar panel on corporate-fraud prosecutions and attorney-client privilege waivers, hosted by Crowell & Moring.

Caught in the storm of criticism surrounding the Justice Department’s firing of eight U.S. Attorneys, McNulty made a rare public appearance to highlight the DOJ’s new approach to prosecuting corporate fraud. McNulty took no questions after his 20-minute speech and left almost immediately after delivering his remarks.

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