This edition of the United States Attorneys' Bulletin covers Financial Fraud. The following articles are included: "Attorney-Client Privilege in the Corporate Setting"; "Pursuing Individuals for Civil Corporate Wrongdoing Under the Individual Accountability Policy"; "U.S. Attorneys' Options for Managing Case Investigative Information in Small, Medium, and Large Cases"; "Covert Investigative Techniques in Securities Fraud Investigations: Developing Key Evidence for Successful Prosecutions"; "Maximizing Asset Recovery with a Team Approach"; "Holding Corporate Leadership Accountable for Worker Safety Crimes"; "Prosecuting Home-Health Cases"; "Fraud Takes a Village: Charging Considerations after Seven Connected Mortgage Fraud Trials"; and "Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing: The Prosecution of OtisMed Corp. CEO Charlie Chi."
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United States Attorneys' Bulletin (July 2016), v.64 no.4