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The Flint water crisis: when investigations collide

Global Investigations Review

15 Jun 2016

James Koukios, a partner in Morrison & Foerster's securities litigation, enforcement and white-collar defense practice group and former senior deputy chief of the Justice Department's fraud section, was quoted in this article on how investigations affect the Flint water crisis.

James Koukios at Morrison & Foerster in Washington, DC said there is a risk that “a judge or jury could find such a police promise of immunity to be unfair, which could undermine the prosecution”.

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