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By Craig D. Margolis
In a September 4, 2019 letter to Attorney General William Barr, Senator Chuck Grassley raised concerns relating to DOJ's implementation of the January 2018 Granston Memorandum.
By Joel Greenberg, Sara Adler
On September 6, 2019, the SEC announced changes to how it will respond to companies that seek to exclude shareholder proposals from their proxy statements under Exchange Act Rule 14a-8.
By Kenneth Chernof, John D. Lombardo, Daphne Morduchowitz, Andrew K. Solow, David J. Weiner, Paul Beavers, Michael S. Bullerman, Tommy Huynh, Michael Kientzle, Colleen Lima
In Gemini Technologies, Inc. v. Smith & Wesson Corp., the Ninth Circuit held that a clause specifying Delaware as the forum for any disputes between the contracting parties was invalid
By Michael B. Bernstein, Justin Hedge, Peter Danias
On August 28, 2019, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) settled allegations that an investment advisor and three funds it manages failed
By Sebastian Jungermann
This article discusses the European Court of Justice's (ECJ) March 14, 2019 ruling (file no. C-724/17) on antitrust liability in M&A transactions.
By Daphne Morduchowitz, Vincent Sama, Stephanna Szotkowski
On August 13, 2019, in Malouf v. Securities and Exchange Commission, the Tenth Circuit became the first circuit court to apply the United States Supreme
By Sebastian Jungermann
Am 14.03.2019 hat der Europäische Gerichtshof (EuGH) in der Rechtssache der finnischen Stadt Vantaa gegen die drei finnischen Asphaltunternehmen Skanska Industrial Solutions, NCC Industry und Asfaltmix (C-724/17) ein mit Spannung erwartetes Urteil gefällt.
By Claire Reade
nternational Trade senior counsel Claire Reade was featured on a recent Bloomberg Markets: Asia segment discussing the future ramifications of the most recent round of US
By Kathleen Harris, Sean Curran, Michael J. Atkinson, Melissa Dames, Maya Paunrana
In this edition of the UK Enforcement newsletter we provide an update on recent anti-corruption, fraud and bribery developments in the UK.
By Michael A. Rogoff, David Russell
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit recently held that a relator asserting the first-to-file bar must show not only that his or her complaint was earlier-filed but also "contained ‘all of the essential facts'"—
By Paul Pompeo, Amanda J. Sherwood
The authors of this article discuss a recent Court of Federal Claims decision addressing a critical U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit decision interpreting the statute of limitations under the Contract Disputes Act ...
By Christian D. Sheehan
As if the False Claims Act did not already give companies that do business with the government enough to worry about
By Daniel Hawke
Recent SEC enforcement actions charging senior lawyers at Apple and SeaWorld with insider trading provide reason to dust off company insider trading policies and assess whether updates
By Michael L. Bernstein, Rosa J. Evergreen, Dori Hanswirth, Thomas A. Magnani, Jesse Feitel, Cathy Liu
In Mission Prod. Holdings, Inc. v. Tempnology, LLC, the U.S. Supreme Court issued an opinion at the intersection of trademark and bankruptcy law.
By Ronald Lee, Charles Blanchard, Sonia Tabriz, Tom McSorley, Vernon G. Ross
Last week, the Department of Defense (DoD), General Services Administration (GSA) and National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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