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Companies Must Find Fraudsters to Duck Penalties, US Says

Bloomberg Business

10 Sep 2015

James Koukios, former Senior Deputy Chief of the Department of Justice Criminal Division Fraud Section and partner in the firm’s Securities Litigation, Enforcement & White-Collar Defense Practice Group, was quoted for questioning the DOJ’s new tactic in emphasizing full-cooperation in criminal investigations, stating “Why cooperate if there's a good chance that [a company is] going to be deemed to have not fully cooperated? How are we supposed to deal with DOJ about whether a particular person did anything wrong? Now it seems if there's a disagreement we could get bupkus.”

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