Contributor Page
Shearman & Sterling LLP
 
Email  |  Website  |  Articles
Contact Details
Tel: +1 212 8484000
Fax: +1 212 8487179
599 Lexington Avenue
New York
New York
10022-6069
United States
By Thomas Donegan, Barnabas Reynolds, Sandy Collins
The U.K. House of Commons has approved the Withdrawal Agreement. Assuming this is ratified by the EU, and Royal Assent is achieved in time, the U.K. will leave the EU on January 31, 2020,...
By John M. Beahn, Robert LaRussa
The final regulations become effective on February 13, 2020.
By Philip Urofsky, Danforth Newcomb, Stephen Fishbein, Brian Burke, Christopher LaVigne, Barnabas Reynolds, Mark Lanpher, Susanna Charlwood, Paula Howell Anderson, Jacob Fields, Cole Pritchett
The final quarter of 2019 saw a burst of wide-reaching sanctions developments from China to Latvia, capping off another record year of U.S. sanctions implementation and enforcement. In the wake
By Lisa Brill, Laura Friedrich, Nathan Greene, Michael Shulman, Derek Kershaw
On January 13, 2020, the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service published final regulations (the "Final Regulations") regarding "Qualified Opportunity Zones"
By David Higbee, Jessica Delbaum, Ben Gris, Ryan Leske
On Friday, the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") and the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice ("DOJ") released joint draft Vertical Merger Guidelines ("Guidelines") for public comment.
By Shearman & Sterling LLP
According to the complaint, Defendants allegedly used a "long wheat futures scheme" to manipulate the price of wheat in the cash market.
By Reena Agrawal Sahni, Timothy Byrne, Donna Parisi, Patrick Clancy, Ronan Wicks, Tomasz Kulawik, Le-el Sinai
At the end of December, the New York Department of Financial Services (the NYDFS) published an industry letter to regulated institutions regarding LIBOR cessation.
By Lyle Roberts
The House passed the Insider Trading Prohibition Act last month, 410-13.
By Richard Alsop, Jay Baris, John Finley, III, Christopher Forrester, Laura Friedrich, Nathan Greene, Harald Halbhuber, J. Matthew Lyons, Jennifer D. Morton, Lona Nallengara, Russell Sacks
In a December 18, 2019 release, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission proposed to amend the definition of "accredited investor"
By Barnabas Reynolds, Thomas Donegan, Mathew Orr Orr
U.K. revisions to its anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing regime come into force on 10 January 2020.
By Philip Urofsky, Danforth Newcomb, Alyssa Pont
Since the DOJ's announcement in 2017 of its incorporation of the FCPA Pilot Program into the U.S. Attorneys'
By Ben Gris, Sara Ashall
Enhancing consumer welfare is at the heart of competition law. Of the many facets that can be considered as consumer welfare, changes in price and output are the easiest to measure
By Philip Urofsky, Danforth Newcomb, Alyssa Pont
The latter half of 2019 continued to be a busy time for the SFO, with several prosecutions reaching a conclusion and a number of ...
By Philip Urofsky, Danforth Newcomb, Alyssa Pont
As we reported in the July Trends & Patterns, SNC-Lavalin, a Montreal-based construction company, was charged with...
By Philip Urofsky, Danforth Newcomb, Alyssa Pont
The enforcement actions in 2019, like the year before it, largely failed to generate any new or surprising issues related to the...
Contributor's Topics
More...