White Collar Crime Investigation & the Biden Administration

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In 2015, then-Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates issued a memorandum to the attorneys of the Justice Department articulating departmental policy on corporate misconduct. This memo became popularly known as the Yates Memo. It was not the first of these memos—deputy attorney generals at least as far back as Larry Johnson in 2003 issued similar pronouncements—and it will likely not be the last.

Originally published in White Collar Crime Investigation & the Biden Administration," Bloomberg Law - July 2021.

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