Corporate compliance programs are the first line of defense in preventing costly antitrust crimes before they corrupt our free markets and harm American consumers. As the enforcer of the federal criminal antitrust laws, the Antitrust Division is responsible for using its authority to deter, detect, and prosecute these violations. While as prosecutors we are often focused on detection and prosecution, the Division also wants to do all it can to deter and prevent criminal antitrust conduct before it occurs. With that in mind, on July 11, 2019, the Division announced multiple changes aimed at in

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