In 2015, the Justice Department appointed Hui Chen its compliance counsel. In that role, she was responsible for helping federal officials decide which corporations to prosecute, and also help them assess whether corporations are following compliance laws. Last month, though, Chen decided to resign — and she slammed Trump. She said his officials were engaging in “conducts I would not tolerate seeing in a company.” On this episode, I talk to Chen about her decision to leave the government, and about what the public should be most concerned about when it comes to white collar crime.


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