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...
Our annual roundup of the biggest IP litigation wins of the year
In light of the ever-increasing importance of intellectual property to not just Apple, but seemingly every modern business, Corporate Counsel lists last year's top 10 IP litigation wins. According to
In light of the ever-increasing importance of intellectual property to not just Apple, but seemingly every modern business, CorpCounsel presents a list of last year's top 10 IP litigation wins
Intellectual property litigation may be recession-proof. According to a survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers, patent holders brought 2,892 U.S. infringement lawsuits in 2010--an increase of more than 5 p
With the growth of social media for marketing and business purposes, managing discovery risk is critical, note Judah Lifschitz and Laura Fraher of Shapiro, Lifschitz & Schram
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