Criminal Law and Procedure

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Roadmap to Prison: Lessons Learned from the Criminal Prosecution of Alpha Ambulance's Leaders
Posted on 23 Apr 2015 by Foley & Lardner LLP

No one running an ambulance company ever planned to go to prison for doing his or her job. But that is a real possibility if the government knocks on the door, and the owner or manager is dishonest in his or her response to the inquiry. CMS contractors... Read More

DOJ Provides Guidance On Prosecution Of Individuals
Posted on 7 Oct 2015 by Foley & Lardner LLP

The Department of Justice (DOJ) long has required entities seeking credit for cooperating with its investigations to provide what it terms “full and truthful” cooperation. In policies memorialized over time, DOJ has been careful to encourage... Read More

Department of Justice’s Pursuit of Individual Criminal Liability for Corporate Misconduct: The Yates Memo
Posted on 3 Nov 2015 by DLA Piper

By Frank E. Sheeder Cooperation credit is a critical issue for corporations that become embroiled in investigations or enforcement activity. In both the criminal and civil contexts, it is the only way to mitigate the financial impact of corporate wrongdoing... Read More