Monday, February 21, 2011

DOJ Budget Request - Financial Fraud and Transnational Intellectual Property

DOJ's requested budget focuses a good bit on national security.  But there is also money for continued activity on financial fraud.  In a DOJ Press Release it states,

"The FY 2012 budget also supports the continued efforts to crack down on financial fraud.   From August through December 2010, the Attorney General’s Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force brought charges against over 500 criminal and civil defendants for fraud schemes that have harmed more than 120,000 victims throughout the country, involving more than $8.0 billion in estimated criminal losses and more than $2.1 billion in estimated civil losses. In addition, the FY 2012 budget requests $3.0 million of program increases for the Criminal Division for transnational enforcement of intellectual property law."

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