Duke/UVA Registry Data in the N.Y.Times

Jan. 4, 2019, 12:40 p.m. | bgarrett

Read more here about how the New York Times calculated enforcement numbers during the first twenty months of the Trump Administration. They explain: “The Times asked the Legal Data Lab at the University of Virginia School of Law and Duke Law School, which maintains a registry of corporate criminal prosecutions, to analyze all such cases filed in the first 20 months of the Trump administration and compare them with those filed in the first and last 20 months of the Obama White House. The analysis reflects sums paid to federal prosecutions, whether in fines, restitution or forfeiture. It does not reflect sums paid to civil regulators or state or foreign enforcers.”