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3/9/20: A recent article by Shylah Alfonso, Jon Jacobs and Charles Samel of law firm Perkins Cole highlights the importance of reporting observed or suspected wrongdoing.  Their article, published on JDSupra, explains how such reporting ranks in DOJ’s decision to charge a company with criminal antitrust violations...

They note, “Companies are always expected to promptly report evidence of criminal antitrust violations; a “wait-and-see” strategy, hoping to later receive a DPA, will not work.”  The authors provide a brief review of DOJ’s thinking and a suggesting for companies to consider six factors to test the effectiveness of their compliance and reporting systems...


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