Renewed criticism has placed Eric Holder on the defensive, raising questions about whether the attorney general would remain in office and threatening to undermine his effort to shape a legacy of inc
The Obama administration's record on transparency once again faces criticismthis time from both Republicans and Democratsfollowing the revelation that the U.S. Department of Justice secre
...every high-profile Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement action brought by the DOJ or SEC since 2009, that in fact developing countries often offer extensive...
...by email. "The unprecedented use of non-prosecution agreements by both DOJ and SEC reflects these efforts and is a direct result of the...
The region ranks poorly in indices of public corruption; safeguards are definitely in order
On April 25, veterans of the Supreme Court bar came together to show Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Jr. some love and blunt the criticism that has been aimed at him. Plus: Lamberth's rebuke, putti
For the U.S. Department of Justice's top lawyers, an unusual deal to get rid of a legal headache from Minnesota two years ago has turned into a major political headache in Washington today
It has become increasingly evident that the Justice Department violated the constitutional rights of Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev by questioning him without his Miranda warnings. It is di
...Department's antitrust division's enforcement actions and guidelines, plus a 2011 DOJ investigation into the Moving Pictures Experts Group pool involving web video encoding...
...in agreeing to a reduced sentence and an end to the litigation. DOJ "has invested extraordinary resources" into investigation, trial and post-trial...
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