On April 16, 2020, the White House published non-binding guidelines for states and localities to consider in determining when and how to reopen businesses and schools and lift other COVID mitigation restrictions. Entitled “Opening up America Again” (Guidelines), the Guidelines are a set of recommendations for a three-phased reopening in jurisdictions that satisfy broad “gating
Kelly Currie is a partner in Crowell & Moring’s nationally-recognized White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group and a member of the firm’s Investigations Practice.
He is a former federal prosecutor and an experienced trial lawyer who defends companies and individuals in government investigations, white collar criminal defense matters, regulatory enforcement actions, and corporate internal investigations. Kelly has been recognized as a leader in the white collar and government investigations bar by Chambers USA. According to Chambers, he “brings a wealth of expertise handling all manner of domestic and cross-border criminal proceedings, as well as government and internal investigations.” "He is a terrific, talented attorney." Kelly was also named as a top-rated white collar criminal defense attorney by The Best Lawyers in America and Super Lawyers magazine.
The rules, regulations, and incentives for government contractors facing investigations (whether internal or external) have changed dramatically in the last year. From the new demands of the “Yates Memorandum” to the Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces proposed rule to the shift from exclusion-driven interactions with Suspending and Debarring Officials (SDOs) to show cause letter and…
Transparency International issued a new report, Raising the bar: Good anti-corruption practices in defence companies, that identifies seven anti-corruption practices for defense contractors that are critical for promoting an ethical culture and reducing global corruption risks.
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