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National Security Interests and Corporate Crime

National Security Interests and Corporate Crime

by Starling Insights

Starling Insights Editorial Board

Sep 22, 2023


Earlier this month, Marshall Miller, Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General at the US Department of Justice (DOJ), announced the appointment of the DOJ National Security Division's first Chief Counsel for Corporate Enforcement, Ian Richardson. This appointment is part of the Department's heightened focus on punishing sanctions evasion and other corporate crimes that have national security implications.

"We've determined that it's necessary for the department to infuse significant amounts of resources into national security, corporate investigations, and prosecutions," said Marshall Miller, principal associate deputy attorney general at the Justice Department.

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