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U.S. prosecutors eye new approach on company misconduct after Toyota

March 25, 2014, Reuters

Daniel Suleiman, partner at Covington, is quoted in regards to charges of wire fraud against Toyota for concealing safety problems, which marked the first criminal case of its kind against an auto company: "Prosecutors can only be as successful as the facts allow, but the Toyota agreement puts companies on notice that when you have a problem, you need to deal with it quickly and forthrightly," said Daniel Suleiman, a former top official in the Justice Department's criminal division who is now a white-collar criminal defense lawyer at Covington & Burling.

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