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Pandemic may hamper investigations

The pandemic is forcing people to stay at home and conduct work remotely, which is having an impact on time-sensitive investigations that require in-person interviews. In a webinar hosted by the American Conference Institute, Daniel Kahn, a senior deputy chief in the Department of Justice’s Criminal Division’s Fraud Section, told viewers that routine work that involves obtaining documents from overseas and interviewing corporate executives is delayed by stay-at-home orders.[1]

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