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VW's $14.7 billion compliance failure: Deal announced to settle U.S. civil emission claims

German car maker Volkswagen AG and related companies agreed Tuesday to spend up to $14.7 billion to resolve federal and state civil allegations of cheating on emissions tests and lying to customers.

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U.S. Chamber: ‘Yates Memo could lead to more enforcement abuses’

The Institute for Legal Reform -- part of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce -- issued a paper last week with a harsh review of the Yates Memo, also known as the DOJ's Individual Accountability Policy

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Joseph Spinelli: Yes, the Yates Memo is a watershed event

Career prosecutor and current Deputy AG Sally Yates authored one the most important DOJ policy papers in decades -- the Yates Memo, also known as the DOJ's Individual Accountability Policy.

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Yates Speaks: Prosecuting individuals is really hard, so companies need to come clean

Deputy Attorney General Sally Q. Yates spoke Tuesday to the New York City Bar Association White Collar Crime Conference. Her topic? That's right. The Yates Memo, more formally known as the DOJ's Individual Accountability Policy.

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Save the Date: Panel discussion about the Yates Memo (Chicago - April 14)

The American Bar Association's 2016 Section of Litigation Annual Conference happens on April 13 - 16 in Chicago. One event during the conference will be a panel discussion called A Price on their Heads: The DOJ’s Yates Memo and the Future of Corporate Investigations.

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Swiss bank pays $211 million penalty under DOJ amnesty program

Lugano-based BSI SA on Monday became the first bank to use a DOJ amnesty program to resolve potential criminal offenses for helping U.S. taxpayers use secret accounts and offshore shell companies to evade taxes.

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