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By Brendan R. McGuire, Christopher Babbitt, David A. Berman
A recent report by a pro-transparency group and The Wharton School found a clear trend among S&P 500 companies toward increased disclosures and oversight regarding their political spending.
By Lester Ross, Kenneth Zhou, Tingting Liu, Naboth van den Broek
There are, however, a number of issues that are unaddressed and continue to raise concern.
By Anna Gaudoin
Clearly, the core of the Agreement is designed to facilitate efficient and effective access to data.
By Daniel Gallagher, Tiffany Smith, Jonathan S. Pressman, Aaron Friedman, Lucas Moskowitz
The Paxos Settlement Service is a private and permissioned distributed ledger system.
By Stephanie Evans, Alan Wilson
Accordingly, the Clovis plaintiffs pleaded under Caremark's second prong, which requires alleging that the board failed to monitor an oversight system that it put into place.
By Brendan R. McGuire, Anjan Sahni, David A. Berman
A recent Second Circuit decision provides important guidance on the scope and application of Section 1782, the expansive discovery provision that authorizes district courts to compel parties in the United States ...
By Seth Davis, Timothy Silva
On September 4, 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission's Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations released a new Risk Alert regarding principal trading and agency cross transactions ...
By Lloyd Firth
The Directive sets minimum standards of protection for whistleblowers reporting breaches of EU law in certain areas.
By Stephen Jonas, Michael Horrell, Benjamin Conery, Ericka Aiken
On October 9, 2019, the Department of Health and Human Services announced proposals for a number of new and revised exceptions to the Stark Law and safe harbors for the Anti-Kickback Statute that are intended ...
By D. Reed Freeman, Jr., Lydia Lichlyter, Ali A. Jessani
There are some notable new proposals in the draft regulations, many of which may be difficult to operationalize.
By David Ogden, Karin Dryhurst
On October 8, 2019, the US Department of Justice (DOJ or Justice Department) issued new guidance on evaluating inability-to-pay arguments in a memorandum to the Criminal Division.
By Lillian Brown, Alan Wilson
On Friday, the Securities and Exchange Commission's Division of Corporation Finance announced big changes in the internal structure of its disclosure program.
By Michelle Nicole Diamond, Jamie Gorelick, David S. Cohen, Franca Harris Gutierrez, Paul M. Architzel, Lia Marderosian, Hartmut Schneider, Emma Bennett
The US House of Representatives recently passed the Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act, H.R. 1595 (the Act).
By Jonathan Cedarbaum, Ari Holtzblatt
The Department of Justice announced yesterday that the United States and the United Kingdom have entered into the first of the international executive agreements authorized under the Clarifying Overseas Use of Data Act.
By Jason Chipman, Benjamin Powell, Stephen W. Preston, Ambassador Robert M. Kimmitt
The Treasury Department proposed two different sets of new regulations to implement FIRRMA.
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