RBGG’s Jeff Bornstein and Andrew Spore’s article, “Deregulation does not mean easing up on DOJ compliance programs,” appeared in the Daily Journal on April 6, 2017. 

Despite indications that President Trump and Congress are seeking to roll back scores of regulations governing business activities, the Department of Justice (DOJ) vigorously continues to pursue criminal fraud. The March guilty plea by Volkswagen, the announcement to continue the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) pilot program that encourages voluntary self-reporting by businesses also in March, and the use of the Travel Act to apply state bribery laws to overseas activities, all suggest that the DOJ is still focused on pursuing white collar crime committed by corporations. 

Full text of the article is available here.