DOJ’s Potential Prosecution of Boeing Complicated as Several Leaders Have Since Left Company: Legal Counsel

The Justice Department is accusing Boeing of violating a settlement in connection with deadly crashes involving its 737 Max models. NTD speaks to William E. Trachman, the general counsel at Mountain States Legal Foundation, who says if the government launches a criminal prosecution against the company, it would be a complicated undertaking.

This is because many of the executives involved have since left amid high managerial turnover, and that it is specific people that need to be prosecuted in such cases, and not corporations in general, he said.

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