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By Alan Wilson
PCAOB Chair William Duhnke provided an update on a number of Public Company Accounting Oversight Board initiatives in his keynote speech at Baruch College's 14th Annual Audit Conference on December 3.
By D. Reed Freeman, Jr., Jonathan Cedarbaum, Lydia Lichlyter, Ali A. Jessani
As many businesses occupy themselves with coming into compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) before the law's effective date of January 1, 2020...
By Nicole Ewart
This week the FTC announced yet another batch of enforcement actions against companies for misrepresenting their participation
By Kirk J. Nahra
For those of us in the privacy profession, 2019 was a year of constant change, with the already complicated world of data privacy law evolving on critical issues in real time.
By George P. Varghese, Stephen Jonas
On May 2, 2019, a jury sitting in the District of Massachusetts convicted five senior executives of Insys Therapeutics, Inc. (Insys) with racketeering conspiracy in violation of Title 18
By Barry Hurewitz, Naboth van den Broek, David Horn, Sarah Sprinkle
On November 26, the US Department of Commerce issued a long-awaited proposed rule (Proposed Rule) implementing new restrictions designed to protect the US information and communications...
By WilmerHale
A recent report shows that companies led by female founders are more likely to exit and in a quicker time frame.
By Rebecca Chang, Alan Wilson
Unlike prior years, however, this year's report expresses increased concern around certain areas of enhanced disclosure.
By WilmerHale
Some interesting links we found across the web this week:
By WilmerHale
Some interesting links we found across the web this week:
By Bruce Manheim
WilmerHale Partner Bruce Manheim has written an opinion piece that was published in the journal BioScience, volume 69, issue 11, November 2019, pages 856–857.
By Amelie Skierka, Sonya Ebermann
Punitive Damages and International Commercial Arbitration.
By Jamie Gorelick
As state attorneys general step up their activity, Ms. Gorelick is concerned about a trend.
By WilmerHale
The only thing certain about initial coin offerings is regulatory uncertainty.
By WilmerHale
The line between legal and illegal activities is often clear, but the line between ethical and unethical decisions is seldom as clear.
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