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DOJ Revises Policy on Voluntary Self-Disclosures of Criminal Export Controls and Sanctions Violations by Businesses

December 17, 2019, Covington Alert

On Friday, December 13, Principal Deputy Attorney General David Burns of the Justice Department’s (“DOJ’s” or “the Department’s”) National Security Division (“NSD”), announced a new DOJ policy for business organizations that voluntarily disclose potential criminal violations of the U.S. export controls and sanctions laws to NSD’s Counterintelligence and Export Control Section (“CES”).

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