Corporate Crime

DOJ's Increasing Involvement in Internal Investigations

, New York Law Journal

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In his Corporate Crime column, William F. Johnson writes: Corporations and individuals cooperating in government investigations must be sharply focused on finding out the essential facts of the historical conduct at issue—what happened and why it happened. For its part, the government is also sharply focused on what happened and why. In the last few years, however, the interest of the DOJ, in particular, has expanded beyond just the what and why and it is now significantly involved in how companies actually conduct internal investigations.

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