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Do Not Expect Lax Financial Enforcement Under Trump

Law360, New York (December 23, 2016, 1:23 PM EST) -- Despite the apparent relish the president-elect takes in being unpredictable, there have been many who have rushed in — perhaps foolishly — to predict massive reductions in federal financial enforcement under the incoming Trump administration.

To borrow the catchphrase of iconic college football analyst Lee Corso: not so fast, my friends. There are at least three reasons to believe that federal financial enforcement will continue unabated — and even expand — under the incoming administration:

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