[Video] FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 423, Sarah Hadden ...
In this episode I visit with Sarah Hadden, the new Editor-in-Chief at Corporate Compliance Insights (CCI). We discuss her professional background in journali...
[Video] Daily Compliance News: March 25, 2019-the would y...
MARCH 25, 2019 BY TOM FOX In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News: • Jeff Skilling wants you to invest your money with him. What could go wrong? (Wall St...
[Audio] Episode 82 -- A Deep Dive into the Cognizant Tech...
In the first corporate FCPA action of 2019, Cognizant Technology Solutions Company settled its long-running FCPA case, agreeing to pay the SEC $25 million. A...
Non Sequiturs: 03.24.19
* In the wake of Justice Anthony M. Kennedy's retirement, I predicted that Chief Justice John Roberts, a staunch institutionalist when it comes to the Suprem...
Cutting through the noise: Infrastructure in Asia-Pacific...
While investors are looking at a variety of sectors in the region, our survey reveals that roads are the top priority, while both conventional and renewable ...
SEC Staff Requests Comments on the Custody Rule: Non-DVP ...
Through a March 12, 2019 letter (Letter), Paul Cellupica, Deputy Director and Chief Counsel of the SEC’s Division of Investment Management, on behalf of the ...
Financial Regulatory Observer – March 2019: Brexit prepar...
It is yet unclear if and when the House of Commons will again decide about the Withdrawal Agreement and whether the date for the UK leaving the EU will be ch...
Determining the First Day of Disability
Valley Stairs and Rails v. WCAB (Parsons), No. 110 C.D. (Cmwlth Ct. 2019) - In Valley Stairs, the Commonwealth Court addressed the issue of the date a claima...
Calif. Justices Stress Employers' Wage Statement Duties
On Feb. 7, 2019, the California Supreme Court struck a decisive victory in favor of payroll companies, issuing a unanimous opinion that an employee is not a ...
[Video] Daily Compliance News: March 23, 2019-the who’s o...
today’s edition of Daily Compliance News: • Should safety be a ‘nice to have’? (New York Times) • Boeing loses first contract for 737 MAX jets. (Wall Street ...
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[Video] This Week in FCPA-Episode 147 – the Spring has Sp...
As the St. Patrick’s Day weekend is past and Spring has sprung all over Tom and Jay are back to take a look at some of this week’s top compliance and ethics ...
Board Interlocks on Antitrust Enforcement Hot Seat: A Mus...
Enforcement activity by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) makes clear that enforcement of Section 8 of the Clayton Act, ...
First SIM-Swap Conviction: What's the Message for Mobile ...
On February 3, 2019, 20-year-old Joel Ortiz pleaded guilty to stealing more than $5 million in cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ether from multiple victims ...
You’ve Got An Internal Sexual Harassment Complaint: Now W...
Seyfarth Synopsis: It is important for companies to investigate internal sexual harassment complaints and take prompt, appropriate corrective action. This po...
South Carolina Supreme Court Opens Door to Holding Drug-T...
On March 21, 2019, the South Carolina Supreme Court answered a certified question that will impact third-party vendors under contract with South Carolina emp...
Congress moves to address cannabis banking reform
House Democrats have introduced bipartisan legislation to address the conflict between states that have legalized cannabis within their borders for medical a...
Proposal to Modernize Offering and Communications Framewo...
The Securities and Exchange Commission proposed rule amendments that are intended to modernize the offering related provisions of the Securities Act and the ...
ERISA Plan Controversy: Rising Stakes for Those Unprepared
WHAT’S THE EXPOSURE? • Settlements up to $140 million • Last year alone, settlements of $17 million, $22 million, $24 million, and among others • Plaintiffs’...
Cannabis Caution: Haze of Uncertainty Surrounding Cross-S...
Carriers have long relied on the ability to cross state lines without concern that state laws may impede or end their journey. The Supreme Court’s Dormant Co...
Third Circuit Agrees with Other Appeals Courts – Federal ...
On March 12, 2019, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit clarified in a published opinion that federal employees may bring retaliation claims under...
Food & Beverage Litigation Update l March 2019 #3
LEGISLATION, REGULATIONS & STANDARDS - FDA Announces Webinar on Genome Editing in Animals - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has announced an April 25, ...
D.C. Circuit Weighs In On NLRB Test For Adjunct Faculty U...
Colleges and universities should take note of the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit’s recent decision in University of Southern California v. National La...
Blockchain Week in Review - March 2019 #3
U.S. Developments - Regulatory Updates - SEC Chairman Clayton Explains that an Asset Can Lose Its Status of Being Labeled a Security - U.S. Securities and Ex...
Stays at Airbnbs and Short Term Rentals attract Massachus...
Airbnbs and other short term rental properties in Massachusetts are no longer shielded from state and local room occupancy excise taxes. At the end of 2018, ...
Manic Monday: Will Monday, March 25, 2019 Be the Day Adul...
Talks Heat Up After Hibernating Through Winter - After a fairly quiet winter, efforts to pass a bill legalizing adult use marijuana in New Jersey have ramped...
Ethics, Profits, Sustainability and Stakeholders: An Upda...
And now we return to a familiar theme with some important updates – I always start with the simple proposition: ethical companies perform better over the lon...
Supreme Court: Non-Judicial Foreclosure Firms Not Debt Co...
On March 20, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously held that an entity that is in the business of conducting non-judicial foreclosures is not a Debt Colle...
Generous Employers Beware: FMLA Leave Cannot Be Delayed
Many employers offer paid leave, including sick leave or paid time off, as a benefit beyond the unpaid leave entitlements of the Family and Medical Leave Act...
New Federal Legislation Seeks to Eliminate Mandatory Arbi...
While arbitration as a form of alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”) has long had a presence in American jurisprudence, a recent Supreme Court decision —cou...
Bail-In Clauses in Loan Facilities in a No Deal Scenario
Article 55 of the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD) (2014/59/EU) requires Member States to ensure that a bail-in clause is included in agreements...
Didn't (c) That Coming?
Attorney Fees Fixed in NC Workers’ Compensation Claim - It is little wonder that most defendants are unfamiliar with N.C. Gen. Stat. § 97-90. But, based upon...
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly...
At its March 19, 2019 meeting, the General Assembly’s Labor and Public Employees Committee approved a plethora of bills, with a concentration on expanding va...
Non-Judicial Foreclosure Enforcement Not Subject to Full ...
In a victory for secured creditors and the law firms representing them, the U.S. Supreme Court resolved a circuit split and unanimously held in Obduskey v. M...
FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy Update: DOJ Introduces ...
On March 12, 2019, the United States Department of Justice (the “DOJ”) revised key provisions of the FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy (the “Policy”). The re...
KleptoCats App Steals FTC Referral From Self-Regulatory P...
In a joint referral, the Online Interest-Based Advertising Accountability Program and the Children’s Advertising Review Unit notified the Federal Trade Commi...
No Collusion In This Link Wrap — See Also
TOP LAW SCHOOLS FOR BLACK PEOPLE : Lawyers of Color has you covered . BIGLAW PARTNER CONTEMPT ORDER : Ignoring judge's order . BIGLAW PARTNER TERMINATED : In...
Commercial and Consumer Warranties: A Primer
As Tommy Callahan asks his customers in the high-brow ‘90s movie, Tommy Boy, “why would somebody put a guarantee on a box?” What does it mean and why it is u...
CCPA Task Force
California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will go into effect on January 1, 2020. CCPA can apply to businesses even if they do not have offices or employees i...
Reasonable Accommodation for Marijuana Use – Part Two: St...
Part 1 of this blog post, discussed a decision of a Canadian provincial supreme court affirming an arbitrator’s decision that the medially- authorized use of...
Due Diligence of Corporate Data Assets In M&A Transaction...
As data are quickly becoming significant corporate assets, lawyers need to help companies both maximize the value of their data and protect the business agai...
Will the logistics sector be blighted or boosted by Brexit?
Over the last few years the real estate market has witnessed a phenomenal growth in the logistics sector. But what impact will Brexit have on the future succ...
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