DOJ Issues New Guidance on Corporate Monitors Reflecting More Pragmatic Approach

White Collar Crime & Corporate Compliance

Brower_GregGarnettStanGregory A. Brower, a Shareholder with Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP in Las Vegas, NV and Washington, DC, with Stanley L. Garnett, a Shareholder in the firm’s Denver, CO office.

In an October 12 speech at the NYU School of Law last Friday, the head of the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Criminal Division announced a policy memo that sets forth the department’s new process for the approval of corporate monitorship agreements and the selection of monitors. Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division Brian A. Benczkowski explained that the new policy follows a recent review of DOJ’s corporate enforcement policies led by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Continue reading “DOJ Issues New Guidance on Corporate Monitors Reflecting More Pragmatic Approach”