Brandon Van Grack spoke to Law.com about his decision to step down from leading the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) unit to join Morrison & Foerster, and how he sees FARA cases continuing to be a priority going forward.
“These are white-collar cases, so they take time to develop. But I think this year you’re going to see more FARA criminal cases being brought,” Brandon said. “And that’s a reflection of how, across the country in U.S. attorney’s offices and FBI field offices, these are white-collar crimes that are being examined and prioritized.”
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