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DOJ shifts privilege policy (access required)

Federal prosecutors can no longer demand that companies waive the attorney-client privilege as a bargaining chip in corporate criminal prosecutions, the Department of Justice recently announced. The DOJ’s new corporate charging policy replaces the controversial McNulty Memo. The move was hailed by legal and business organizations as well as lawmakers, but many said they still want legislation ...

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