When it comes to the Justice Department and reading the tea leaves, I often rely on a very obvious point – DOJ tells you in advance what it is planning and then executes its plan. This has been true in the FCPA arena, prosecution of the opioid cases, targeting health care fraud and a history of initiatives. DOJ is fairly transparent on its priorities. Recently,...
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