Corporations caught in the unfortunate position of facing criminal charges continue to rely on nonprosecution agreements and deferred prosecution agreements as part of a solution, according to a recent update from Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher.
By Rebekah Mintzer|January 13, 2014
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