On December 4, 2020, Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the National Security Division (“NSD”) of the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) Adam Hickey delivered remarks to the American Conference Institute’s 2nd National Forum on the Foreign Agents Registration Act (“FARA”). Hickey addressed how DOJ’s enforcement of FARA has evolved and responded to criticisms of the law. Caplin & Drysdale Member Matt Sanderson is a co-chair of the Forum.
Hickey discussed how the NSD has changed its approach to enforcing FARA since 2015, when the DOJ’s Inspector General audited ...
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