Amanda Pinto QC analyses Collateral Complications of DPAs in Blackstone's Quarterly Update

David Green considered the issue a balance between the interests of the corporate in seeking properly to minimise risks and the public interest in not prosecuting those accused of serious crime: “[The use of a DPA] does not mean that corporates lose their right to contest a genuine question of law or that they have to waive privilege. But cooperation is vital, and for this simple reason: how can the prosecutor convince the judge that a DPA rather than a prosecution is in the interests of justice?”....

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