DOJ embraces a more realistic position on corporate cooperation

As a result of policy changes implemented in November 2018, government attorneys now have more discretion to award cooperation credit to a corporation that meaningfully assists the government’s investigation — without necessarily identifying every individual person outside of senior management who was involved in the alleged misconduct. In the following article published by Thomson Reuters Westlaw, "DOJ embraces a more realistic position on corporate cooperation," partners Gejaa Gobena, Mitch Lazris, and Peter Spivack, senior associate Karla Aghedo, and associate Jennifer Cochrane, discuss what this change means for False Claims Act cases, as well as other DOJ investigations.

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