A panel of federal appellate judges is weighing whether courts can reject the terms of deferred prosecution agreements between the U.S. Justice Department and corporations, Reuters said. The debate has centered on last year's $10.5 million settlement between Dutch aviation company Fokker Services B.V. and federal attorneys over alleged violations of Iran sanctions. More Senate Democrats on Thursday blocked a Republican resolution to reject the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, a multinational agreement that would lift trade and banking sanctions against Iran in exchange for nuclear concessions, The New York Times reported. More U.S. sanctions chief Adam Szubin told The...
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