In Brazil, when some large companies are prosecuted for huge violations, sometimes judges and prosecutors understand that extreme actions are not the best way to mitigate the situation. Closing great corporations would leave thousands of people unemployed, people who often didn't anything wrong to be punished by the management acts.
So, in that case, they often do an special kind of agreement in which the company is obligated to do several changes in the way they work to keep running. The name such kind of agreement has could be literally translated to English as "Conduct Adjustment Agreement".
Perhaps I couldn't find so much references for such expression in web searches; most results are talking about how to translate the original Portuguese expression.
However, I don't think there must be a better name for this kind of agreement, maybe depending on the country itself, maybe something more "universal" among English-speaking countries.
Digging a little bit in the contract characteristics, I could even find an example of an agreement like this here. Except that it's a "Non-Prosecution" Agreement", it's something done before the prosecution (I guess, by the name). In my case it's signed after prosecution starts.
Could anyone help me to find a known and usual English name for such agreements?