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By WilmerHale
Some interesting links we found across the web this week.
By Jonathan Yarowsky, Perry A. Lange, Hartmut Schneider, Leon Greenfield, D. Reed Freeman, Jr., Heather Zachary
The Senate Commerce Committee held a hearing on Wednesday on the nominees to serve on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
By Jay Holtmeier, Erin Sloane
This article highlights a few of the uncertainties and potential pitfalls that may await a company deciding whether to take the significant step of voluntarily disclosing criminal conduct to prosecutors.
By Geoffroy Barthet, Nicole Callan, Cormac O'Daly, Hartmut Schneider
EU and US laws prohibit merging companies from implementing reportable transactions until their deal is cleared or the statutory waiting period has expired.
By WilmerHale
O'Malley, J. Affirming in part, vacating in part, and remanding PTAB obviousness determinations in an IPR.
By WilmerHale
Gary Born, Chair of the International Arbitration practice group at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP, Senior Associate Jonathan Lim and Visiting Foreign Lawyer Ana Tuiketei contributed to a regional international arbitration conference jointly organized by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the United Nations Commission for International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Regional Centre for Asia and the Pacific, and the Fiji Government.
By Alan Wilson, Jonathan Wolfman
Earlier this month, SEC Division of Corporation Finance Director William Hinman delivered the keynote address at the Practising Law Institute's Seventeenth Annual Institute on Securities Regulation in Europe.
By WilmerHale
Co-founders are like spouses, friends, teammates and colleagues all wrapped up in one. Alley Watch highlights three things co-founders should consider when deciding how to split up founder roles and responsibilities.
By Anna Gaudoin
In recent years, the rise of multi-jurisdictional investigations and corresponding multi-jurisdictional settlements has changed the enforcement landscape.
By Rachel Jacobson, Nathaniel Custer, Mark Hanin
The natural resource damage assessment (NRDA) process has evolved since its inception in the late 1970s.
By Leila Gaafar
Last month, the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) published its 2017 'Threat Landscape Report'. The Report's findings in this area make for troubling reading.
By Paul M. Architzel, Anjan Sahni, Matthew Beville, Daniel Martin
In 2017, under the leadership of new Chairman J. Christopher Giancarlo, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC or Commission) adopted a notable shift in its enforcement priorities and regulatory agenda.
By Glenn Luinenburg
You don't need me to tell you it's a rough world out there for startups. Venture capitalists have been unusually stingy lately ...
By Rachel Jacobson, Andrew L. Spielman, Sarah Judkins
Last week, the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled that the Clean Water Act (CWA) does not require that pollutants be discharged directly from a point source into navigable waters for liability to attach.
By Carl Nichols, Jonathan Cedarbaum, David Ogden, Brian Boynton, Ed Williams
On January 25, Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand issued a memorandum to all components of the Department of Justice with civil litigating authority limiting ...
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