Jennifer Shasky Calvery said her agency will soon be able to analyze suspicious banking data and turn it into actionable intelligence for law enforcement and financial institutions more quickly.
What powers does U.S. District Judge John Gleeson have over the London-based bank’s deferred prosecution agreement anyway?
Labor nominee Tom Perez recently suggested David Lillehaug played a pivotal role in a disputed deal between the Justice Department and the city of St. Paul, Minn.
If nominated, Kevin W. Techau, Iowa’s former public safety commissioner, would fill the role left open by Stephanie Rose.
A rare Supreme Court “gotcha” moment.
Commentator laments apparent choice of another “white male” for the top job.
Will anybody care?
The newly departed Criminal Division chief heads back to the white shoe Washington law firm – for a third time.
Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez, nominated to be Secretary of Labor, said he was working in the “best interests of the United States” in helping to broker what Republicans have called an improper “quid pro quo” to drop a Supreme Court appeal.
Berenice Mosca wrote the judge overseeing the $1.92 billion U.S. settlement with the London-based bank, asking him to reject it.
The GOP lawmaker announced plans to examine wasteful spending by the department.
Brett Tolman joins a growing list of GOP leaders and former elected officials who say that having a gay or lesbian relative influenced their decision to support same-sex marriage.
The Deputy Attorney General and acting chief of the Civil Division will sit in the audience today while the justices hear arguments challenging the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act.
The alleged “quid pro quo” between the Justice Department and the Minnesota city to dismiss a Supreme Court case that threatened housing rights will figure prominently in next month’s nomination hearing of Tom Perez to be Labor Secretary.
Reporter recounts his experience as Ted Olson’s former client.
The Inspector General’s report offered eight recommendations to assist the bureau in identifying and investigating terrorism-related financing activities.
Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va.), chairman of the House Appropriations subcommittee that funds the Justice Department, wrote the attorney general to deride “the rat’s nest of unacceptable and unprofessional actions.”
Updated: Acting Associate Attorney General Tony West and Stuart Delery, the White House’s nominee to permanently head the division, represented DOJ in the audience while the justices took up the landmark case.
A ‘concerned Boston lawyer’ writes lawmakers that U.S. Atty Carmen Ortiz reneged on plea bargain in 2004.
Sam Sheldon will head the law firm’s new health care fraud group, the firm announced.
Ousted Voting Section officials call Perez too biased for the job.
The Attorney General, Solicitor General and other leading figures at Justice are recognized for their contributions to the field.
The Senate Judiciary Committee member joined the growing chorus of bipartisan calls for an explanation into the investigation of the Internet activist.
Former senior aides on the Senate Judiciary Committee endorse Perez.
Ex-Solicitor General Ted Olson and his former protege and successor, Paul Clement, say they maintain deep respect for each other as lawyers.
The Civil Rights Division entered into consent decree with the Meridian Public School District after it found black children were disproportionately suspended or arrested.
The funding will be used to help states quickly share information with the National Instant Criminal Background Check System.
Delery has been acting chief since last February when Tony West became the acting Associate Attorney General.
The department decided not to ask the Supreme Court to review an appeals court ruling.
A cyber attack from Iran or North Korea would likely be more devastating than breaches from China.
BEST FCPA LAWYERS PRACTICE GROUP OF THE YEAR. Main Justice held an awards luncheon in Washington, D.C., to honor top firms in the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act arena. This video shows announcement of the finalists and winner in the Practice Group of the Year category.
"I am not going to respond to what I view as the ad hominem attack on this prosecutor." -- Assistant U.S. Attorney Jonathan Malis in response to remarks from then-private attorney Eric Holder.