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WHO'S ACCOUNTABLE? HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY PROSECUTIONS AND THE MOUNTING CONTROVERSY OVER FEDERAL TACTICS.This Main Justice public policy discussion was held Oct. 18, 2011 in the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill. Panelists: Joan McPhee of Ropes & Gray LLP; Vicki Girard, Georgetown University Law Center professor; Jeff Bucholtz of King & Spalding LLP; and Peter Urbanowicz, Alvarez & Marsal. Moderator: Mary Jacoby, Editor-in-Chief of Main Justice.
“Knowing what I now know was a pattern of unacceptable and misguided tactics used by the ATF, I regret that I did not alert others within the leadership of the Department of Justice." -- Lanny Breuer, head of DOJ's Criminal Division, laments not telling his bosses about Fast and Furious gun-walking.