Why We Shouldn't Fall For DOJ’s Sales Pitch On Cooperation

Law360, New York (March 18, 2016, 12:59 PM EDT) -- A few weeks ago, hundreds of white collar defense lawyers each spent $1,200 to listen to the U.S. Department of Justice’s sales pitch that we should bring in our clients to confess their supposed crimes.

A short explanation is in order: In early March, the American Bar Association held its annual National Institute on White Collar Crime in San Diego. It’s a three-day conference, filled with informative panels on topics like internal investigations, health care fraud, insider trading, money laundering and the like.

There also are myriad networking opportunities during the conference; many big law firms and consulting firms throw lavish...

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