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Behind the numbers: Enforcement Scorecard analysis

February 1, 2017, Global Investigations Review

Arlo Devlin-Brown is quoted by Global Investigations Review in an article analyzing the rise in the number of large corporate settlements found in this year’s “GIR Enforcement Scorecard.” According to Devlin-Brown, once the DOJ finds evidence of misconduct at one institution, it often investigates if the same kind of wrongdoing is taking place at similar institutions. “As the DOJ gets experience doing one type of investigation successfully, they are then able to bring that skillset and expertise to future investigations and they tend to improve as they go on,” he adds.

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