The Justice Department under President Biden has said that cracking down on corporate crime is a priority. Soon it could be easier to see if prosecutors are measuring up to that promise.
The federal law enforcement agency has launched a corporate crime database, which for the first time aggregates all the cases and enforcement actions related to corporate wrongdoing. The database comes after a trio of Democratic lawmakers last year pushed the Justice Department to create such a resource, arguing that it would help strengthen law enforcement and provide benefits for researchers and the public.
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