The Yates Memo: What Does the DOJ Want and What Does It Mean for You and Your Clients?
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When: 12/01/2016
12:00-1:00 PM
Where: Live Webinar
United States
Contact: Christy Cronin

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The so-called “Yates Memo,” released in 2015 by Deputy Attorney General Sally Q. Yates, describes Department of Justice corporate prosecution principles. “The Yates Memo has far-reaching repercussions for companies and the individuals within them. It is very important those in the business world understand the Memo, as well as what it means for them and their company,” said Mason.  Andrea will discuss what the Yates Memo is, the impact it has on the DOJ civil and criminal prosecutions of businesses and individuals the changes DOJ is reporting it is seeing, and what it means for your company.

Andrea D. Mason, Lane & Waterman (view bio)

CLE CREDIT (approved)
1 state hour

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