DOJ accuses Ericsson of violating deferred prosecution deal

Friday 22 October 2021 | 09:05 CET | News
Ericsson has been accused by the US Department of Justice of violating a deferred prosecution deal agreed in 2019. Ericsson said it was notified by the DOJ that the company breached its obligations under the agreement by failing to provide certain documents and factual information.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Ericsson
Countries: United States
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