The most significant change to the U.S. Department of Justice’s new corporate compliance guidance is that it now applies to the entire criminal division and not just the fraud section, according to Hui Chen, the compliance attorney who authored the original guide two years ago for the section.

“That means its set of questions is recognized as a useful tool that’s relevant to all DOJ divisions that prosecute corporate cases,” Chen told Corporate Counsel in a recent interview, after the DOJ released an updated version of her guide last week.

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