Distribution, Competition, and Antitrust / IP Law

Ten Things To Do When Your Company Receives a DOJ Grand Jury Subpoena



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Filename Ten-Things-To-Do-When-Your-Company-Receives-a-DOJ-Grand-Jury-Subpoena-_2010_.pdf
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Version jan. 2010
Date added July 21, 2015
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Category Antitrust Investigations

You have just received notice of a grand jury subpoena duces tecum from the Department of Justice Antitrust Division in connection with a price-fixing investigation. (The likelihood of doing so may be on the rise. In 2008, the Division had 137 pending grand jury investigations, filed 54 criminal cases, and charged 59 individuals and 25 corporations. The Division currently has nearly 150 open cartel investigations. In 2009, the Division collected over $1 billion in criminal fines.) What should you do? Below are ten suggested practical steps.

(This is a slightly different and newer version of the “nine things to do” download, but the basic points are much the same.)



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