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US Lawmakers Seek to Make Corporate Prosecution Data Public

US Lawmakers Seek to Make Corporate Prosecution Data Public

by Starling Insights

Starling Insights Editorial Board

Nov 02, 2022


Recent years have seen increased focus on transparency at the same time as regulators and government agencies worldwide are focused on greater individual accountability for corporate misdeeds.

Now, three democratic US lawmakers are asking the Department of Justice (DOJ) to disclose data related to its prosecution of corporate crime publicly. This came after a top Justice Department official said the data showed a decline in corporate criminal prosecutions.

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