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Committee on the JudiciaryCourts, Intellectual Property, and the InternetIntroducedDecember 11th, 2009
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Transparency and Integrity in Corporate Monitoring Act of 2009
To prohibit United States attorneys and assistant United States attorneys from acting as or working for corporate monitors for specified periods after their service with the Government terminates.
Transparency and Integrity in Corporate Monitoring Act of 2009 - Prohibits United States attorneys or assistant United States attorneys who participate in the investigation or prosecution of an organization for a criminal offense for which a deferred prosecution or nonprosecution agreement is made from acting as or working for, for a specified period of time after their service, corporate monitors selected to oversee the implementation of such agreements. Authorizes the Attorney General to seek a civil penalty or injunctive relief to address violations of this Act.