Continuing with a spate of recent public statements about the DOJ’s current enforcement outlook, Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell focused on DOJ’s expectations for companies hoping to receive cooperation credit from the Department in remarks to the New York City Bar at the White Collar Crime Institute.
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In a week of mixed messages for potential whistleblowers, the SEC announced a $600,000 whistleblower award in connection with its first anti-retaliation enforcement action, while the Wall Street Journal, relying on recently obtained public records, reported that 83% of the 297 whistleblowers who have applied for awards since 2011 have not yet received a decision from the SEC.
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