Department of Justice

Prosecuting Corporate Criminals

Prosecuting Corporate Criminals

Prosecutions of individual corporate criminals can, in fact, be successful—and are critical for attaining justice.

(Not) Prosecuting Financial Crimes

(Not) Prosecuting Financial Crimes

Holding companies accountable for crimes is essential, yet more must be done to end “too big to jail” concerns.

Is Quantified Cost-Benefit Analysis a Requirement for Rulemaking?

Is Quantified Cost-Benefit Analysis a Requirement for Rulemaking?

Administrative law expert explores whether agencies must always use numbers to justify new rules.

Solving the FBI-Apple Dispute

Solving the FBI-Apple Dispute

Apple-FBI dispute highlights the value of improving law enforcement’s technical capacity.

Federal Agency Moves to Ensure Safety in Public Housing

Federal Agency Moves to Ensure Safety in Public Housing

New rule issued to protect public housing occupants from sexual harassment in their home.

Justice Department Proposes Disability Accommodations for Moviegoers

Justice Department Proposes Disability Accommodations for Moviegoers

Proposed rule would require theaters to show movies with closed captioning and audio description for disabled patrons.

The Cost to Businesses from Anti-Corruption Enforcement

The Cost to Businesses from Anti-Corruption Enforcement

Agency actions are minor components of the financial consequences of FCPA enforcement.

Week in Review

Week in Review

FDA backs off graphic warnings labels on cigarettes, CFPB warns banks on indirect auto lending, and more.

Week in Review

Week in Review

Political leaders call for stronger gun regulation, FDA chief pushes for specialty pharmacy rules, and more.

Week in Review

Week in Review

EPA suspends BP from new federal contracts, SEC Chairman to step down, and more.

Week in Review

Week in Review

Romney says parts of Dodd-Frank are excessive, FTC revises “green” guidelines for marketers, and more.

Week in Review

Week in Review

New York City adopts soda ban, the UK plans to waive thousands of rules, and more.