...defunct brokerage, liable for securities fraud. The judge’s order [PDF] bars...
...told CorpCounsel.com that his client, Pernod Ricard, is pleased with the ALJ’s decision, “and we look forward to the full Commission...
Intellectual property attorneys were buzzing after the Obama Administration announced it was actively taking on the problem of "patent trolls," both through legislative proposals and executive action
Intellectual property attorneys were buzzing Tuesday after the Obama Administration announced it was actively taking on the problem of "patent trolls," both through legislative proposals and executiv
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
The Daily Report
The Securities and Exchange Commission is more active than ever, filing 734 actions in 2012 and seeking an 18.5 percent increase in its 2013 budget. Most large corporations will face an SEC investiga
Most large corporations will face a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation at some point. These 20 decision points commonly faced by counsel during an SEC investigation provide a starting p
With greater anti-money laundering oversight clearly on the horizon, legal and compliance staff need to think about perhaps the most sensitive compliance obligation under the existing AML rules: self
With key regulators actively promoting new anti-money laundering initiatives for 2013, stricter AML oversight for corporations is all but certain
A judge sues the agency where he works in an effort to establish his rights
... It was a different story before the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) at the SEC: Only seven respondents litigated against the SEC during...
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