Miller & Chevalier 2021 White Collar Enforcement Survey
White collar enforcement activity may have dropped off slightly during a lockdown-filled 2020, but prosecutors will likely pick up the pace in 2021. Practitioners expect to see heightened enforcement in money laundering, tax fraud, and export controls and sanctions. And a majority expects new enforcement will result from the pandemic itself.
Those are among the findings in this year's white collar enforcement survey, conducted with international partners Loyens & Loeff, Pinsent Masons, and AT+ICA. Last year's survey caught practitioners at a time of particular uncertainty, in the depths of the pandemic. This year our report comes amid growing hopes that an end could be in sight.
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