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By Georgina Whittington
Last month, the SFO published its Annual Report for the year ended 31 March 2019 (the Annual Report), the first since Lisa Osofsky began her tenure as Director in August 2018.
By Chalyse Robinson, Nathan J. Moore
If your business carries debt, the interest rate on that debt is likely to be linked to the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR).
By Stephanie Evans, Alan Wilson
The Delaware Supreme Court recently sounded a warning bell for directors, reminding that as part of their duty of loyalty, they "must make a good faith effort to implement an oversight system
By WilmerHale
On 6 August 2019, the UK Serious Fraud Office (‘SFO') published Corporate Co-operation Guidance (‘Guidance')
By Daniel Halston, Andrew Dulberg, Sierra Shear
On August 6, 2019, New York Commercial Division Justice Andrew Borrok held that the discovery stay under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act (PSLRA)
By David S. Cohen, Ronald Meltzer, David Horn, Zachary Goldman, Sarah Sprinkle
On August 5, 2019, President Donald Trump signed Executive Order 13884, Executive Order Blocking Property of the Government of Venezuela (EO 13884).
By Anna Gaudoin, Frederick Saugman, Georgina Whittington
The year 2018 brought mixed news for anti-corruption and enforcement action in the UK.
By Benjamin Powell, Jason Chipman, D. Reed Freeman, Jr., Leah Schloss, Maury Riggan
The Guide to Cyber Investigations is published by Global Investigations Review—the online home for all those who specialize in investigating and resolving suspected corporate wrongdoing.
By Duncan Speller, Jonathan Lim
The increased use of arbitration by parties in the Asia-Pacific region has been a consistent trend over the past decade and shows little sign of abating.
By Bruce Newman, Jeanette Boot, Paul M. Architzel, Petal Walker, Aaron Friedman, Twane Harris
On June 21, 2019, the SEC adopted a package of rules and rule amendments that set forth the capital, margin and segregation requirements for security-based swap dealers and major security-based swap participants.
By Anna Gaudoin
Of course, these figures are not, in and of themselves, problematic.
By Lester Ross, Kenneth Zhou
The US and China have agreed to hold their 12th round of trade negotiations in Shanghai beginning July 30.
By David S. Cohen, Franca Harris Gutierrez, Sharon Cohen Levin, Ronald Meltzer, Jeremy Dresner, David Horn, Zachary Goldman, Michael Romais, Semira Nikou
BSA/AML and sanctions matters continue to be a core focus of regulators, law enforcement agencies, policymakers and Congress, and the story of the Obama and Trump Administrations on AML and sanctions is one of general continuity.
By Daniel T. Chaudoin, Matthew Beville, John Faust, Mark S. Gordon
Over the past several weeks, competing views have emerged from Capitol Hill and the SEC over how the SEC should approach waivers of collateral consequences for parties that settle enforcement proceedings.
By Alan Wilson
Earlier this month, the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board released additional resources regarding its new Critical Audit Matters disclosure requirement, with the latest resources targeted to audit committees and investors.
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