2011 federal sentencing guidelines manual chapter 8

January 2014 STATUTE/REGULATION SOURCE Chapter 8, Federal

Attorney General Eric Holder has stated that investators “would check under every hood and kick every tire.” Brent Snyder, Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Criminal Enforcement at the DOJ, recently said “the agency’s ongoing probe of the auto parts sector was not likely to slow down even after collecting more than $2 billion in fines.” Automotive suppliers should be on notice to ensure that their antitrust and price-fixing compliance programs are reviewed, updated in accordance with industry and regulatorybest practices, and evaluated and monitored going forward to confirm that their compliance programs are desned to reasonably prevent and detect potential violations of antitrust and price-fixing laws.


If they are not, it is likely the government will force their hands to do so in the form of fines and monitoring sanctions.

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While these investations have been ongoing for several years, they are far from over.

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The first quarter of 2014 saw several new fines (including a repeat offender) levied against automotive suppliers suggesting that the DOJ is anything but wrapping up their investations into the automotive supplier industry.

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