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Dana Chang Dikas, Fisher Phillips, Fort Lauderdale

In April 2019, the DOJ’s Criminal Division released its updated guidance document, Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs, intended to assist prosecutors in exercising their discretion to investigate, bring charges or negotiate plea deals or other agreements with employers. The updated guidance supplements the DOJ’s original guidance issued in February 2017 and does not affect the DOJ’s standards or policies but sets forth the DOJ’s current approach in evaluating corporate compliance programs. The information contained in the updated guidance should be used as a roadmap for companies to better develop their compliance programs to withstand the DOJ’s scrutiny.

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