Recent Series of Articles on DPAs in Morning Consult

I was recently interviewed by Morning Consult for a series of articles regarding deferred and non-prosecution agreements and wanted to share those here for anyone interested.  They are linked below (hopefully these links remain “live” for some time).

Part 1 – “More Banks Avoiding Trials in Era of Deferred Prosecution Agreements”
Part 2 – “Ripple Effects of Charging Banks Give Prosecutors Pause”
Part 3 – “Prosecutors in the Compliance Forest”

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The Fraud Guy

John has over 24 years of fraud investigations, forensic accounting, corporate compliance & ethics, and audit experience. He has applied his extensive experience in these areas across a wide array of areas and industries, frequently assisting counsel, government agencies and companies with internal corporate investigations and other matters arising from alleged fraud or misconduct. John is a thought leader and expert on Corporate Monitors/Compliance Monitors, a practice area involving the imposition of an independent third party by a gov't agency or department upon a corporation to verify that corporation’s compliance with the terms of a settlement agreement. John has previously served in a leadership role in a federal Monitorship and was involved in four other federal monitorships: two as the named Monitor, one as the "Independent Business Ethics Program Evaluator" and the other in support of the named Monitor. In these roles, John has reported to the Department of Justice, the Department of Interior, the Department of Transportation, the Small Business Administration, the Federal Highway Administration and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation. His practical experience as a Corporate Monitor and extensive knowledge in this area is currently being applied to the development of formalized Standards for Corporate Monitors, through John's Membership on the Task Force on Corporate Monitor Standards of the American Bar Association. John is a frequently sought speaker on the topic and has provided practical advice, ideas and strategies to lawyers, government officials, and corporate executives involved in such matters, as well as newly appointed Corporate Monitors. Prior to Artifice, John spent over 5 years as a leader in the fraud investigations and forensic accounting practice of a large publicly traded international financial consulting firm. Before that, he served for 10 years as an FBI Agent, specializing in complex fraud investigations.

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