Regulatory and Policy Trends Affecting Securities and White-Collar Enforcement

With increasingly coordinated government enforcement efforts around the world becoming both more aggressive and more likely to involve parallel criminal and civil proceedings, businesses and individuals both in the US and throughout the world are facing greater complexity and higher penalties for infractions in the enforcement area than ever before.

The following analyses are authored by attorneys in our leading Securities Enforcement & Litigation and White Collar Defense practices. They cover a range of both the large-scale developments and ongoing micro-actions that are likely to affect individuals, leading public and private corporations, both US and international, in federal agency enforcement (SEC, FDA, DOJ, etc.) and related litigation (e.g., qui tam litigation under the False Claims Act) and all other areas of securities and white collar defense work.


Lit Alerts—October 2017
A Publication of the Litigation Practice Group
Lit Alerts—September 2017
A Publication of the Litigation Practice Group
United States v. Martoma: The Second Circuit's Latest Attempt to Clarify the "Personal Benefit" Requirement in Insider Trading Cases
OCC Opens The Debate On Volcker Rule Reform
Asset Management Law360, Banking Law360, Capital Markets Law360, Private Equity Law360, Public Policy Law360, Securities Law360
Halliburton's Pursuit of Oil Contracts from Angolan Government Results in $29 Million FCPA Penalty
Lit Alerts—August 2017
A Publication of the Litigation Practice Group
Electronic Device Searches: What Business Travelers Should Know About Searches and Seizures of Electronic Devices at US Border and Airports
The Government Contractor, Vol. 59, No. 27
The Supreme Court Grants Cert to Provide Long-Awaited Clarification of Removability to Federal Court of Securities Act Claims Under SLUSA
Lit Alerts—July 2017
A Publication of the Litigation Practice Group
Supreme Court Rejects Equitable Tolling of Claims Under the Securities Act's Statute of Repose
UK Economic Crime Group: Enforcement Update
Supreme Court Unanimously Holds That Five-Year Limitations Period Applies to SEC Civil Disgorgement Claims
Lessons From Risk Minimization FCA Cases Post-Escobar
Appellate Law 360, Government Contracts Law360, Health Law360, Life Sciences Law360, Product Liability Law360, White Collar Law360
After Escobar, When Will Government Knowledge + Payment = 'Not Material'?
The Bloomberg BNA Daily Report for Executives
Lit Alerts—June 2017
A Publication of the Litigation Practice Group

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