Contributor Page
Jones Day
 
By Larissa Bergin, J. Andrew Jackson, Ryan McGovern, Marc Siegel
Government contractors may face increased antitrust scrutiny.
By James Dougherty, Robert Profusek, Lizanne Thomas, Randi Lesnick, Jennifer Lewis
SEC Staff Legal Bulletin 14K offers new guidance for companies seeking to exclude Rule 14a-8 shareholder proposals relating to a company's "ordinary business" operations.
By Amy Pandit, David Grubman (Dave)
Cohosted by Jones Day, the National Association of Corporate Directors—Three Rivers Chapter, and the National Association of Stock Plan Professionals
By Harold Gordon, Stephen Obie, Laura S. Pruitt, Margaret R. Blake
The action may lead to the SEC's broader acceptance of blockchain.
By Jennifer L. Chambers, Thomas Haystead, Matthew Latham, Adam Salter
A recent decision of the Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia has significant implications for prosecuting authorities, including corporate regulators.
By Linda Hesse, David Woodcock
ESG—Environmental, Social, and Governance—investing is attracting the attention of pension funds, hedge funds, sell-side analysts, large money managers, lenders and banks, and political interest groups and activists, ...
By N. Scott Fletcher, Henry Klehm III, Sarah L. Levine, Joan McKown, David Woodcock, Kristen Loveland
The U.S. Supreme Court has granted certiorari to consider whether the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") has authority to obtain disgorgement in district court actions.
By Chiang Ling Li, Haifeng Huang, Mauricio Paez, Todd McClelland
In the two years since China enacted the Cybersecurity Law, which granted authorities broad powers to monitor and investigate activities falling under its purview, authorities have increasingly penalized violators ...
By James Dougherty, Robert Profusek, Lizanne Thomas, Randi Lesnick
A shareholder challenged an extraordinary and extremely lucrative incentive-based compensation package awarded by Tesla to its chair, CEO, and controlling shareholder,
By Stephen Obie, Serena A. Rwejuna, David A. Applebaum
Businesses that fail to register with the CFTC face the risk of enforcement action, including civil monetary penalties, restitution, disgorgement, and cease and desist orders.
By David Maiorana
To institute an inter partes review (IPR), the petition requesting the proceeding must be filed within one year of the petitioner or real party in interest (RPI) receiving a complaint alleging patent infringement.
By Matthew Johnson
The court invalidated all claims as abstract under § 101.
By Javade Chaudhri, Theodore Chung, Stephen DeCosse, Steven Fleming, Karen Hewitt, Henry Klehm III, Mary Ellen Powers, Luis Riesgo, Eric Snyder, Sheila Shadmand, Hank Walther, Peter Wang
Welcome to the 2019 edition of the Jones Day Anti-Corruption Regulation Survey of Select Countries. Since the 2017–2018 edition of this Survey, there has continued...
By John Froemming, Ilene Tannen, Marc A. Weinroth, Meredith Wilkes
Companies should continue to address rights of publicity provisions in their sponsorship agreements and avoid using college athletes' names, images, or likenesses without authorization.
By Marlee Hartenstein, Matthew Johnson
The constitutional challenge stemmed from an appeal from the Board's final written decision holding claims of Arthrex's patent anticipated.
Contributor's Topics
More...