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US DOJ Prioritizes Misconduct Prevention

US DOJ Prioritizes Misconduct Prevention

by Starling Insights

Starling Insights Editorial Board

Oct 12, 2022


In a speech last month, US Assistant Attorney General Kenneth A. Polite argued that holding individuals accountable and creating an effective enforcement regime, rather than over-relying on prosecution to punish crime after the fact, will nurture and incentivize responsible corporate citizenship and, ultimately, prevent misconduct from occurring in the first place.

Polite stressed that his highest priority has been and remains to be preventing the corrosive effects of corruption, the fleecing of taxpayers, and other conduct that degrades faith in the integrity of the markets.

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