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DOJ Revokes Nine Trump-Era Policy Memos

In my January 29 blogpost, I noted that DOJ had just approved a settlement containing a SEP, and wondered whether SEPs were back given that DOJ had repudiated the use of SEPs less than a year ago. It's now official. The repudiation is dead. DOJ issued a memo last week revoking nine Trump-era policy memos, one of which was the banning of the use of SEPs in settlements. See attached.

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