Diligent corporate officers should understand the contours of the National Institute of Standards and Technology's cybersecurity framework, take advantage of the opportunity to influence the framewor
...definitive answer in 2011 in Janus Capital Group, Inc. v. First Derivative Traders. In that case, the Court held that in order to...
Worksite enforcement and immigration-related employment fines remain at the forefront of Immigration and Customs Enforcement priorities for the upcoming fiscal year
...the Securities and Exchange Commission for its bad “London Whale” derivatives trade. Like these two gut-punches, most of Chase’s settlements...
...from supervision an AIG financial unit—one that was dealing in derivatives and brought the insurance giant to its knees. That fact alone is...
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The CFTC crafts guidance to reduce the danger of cross-border swaps
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...a letter [PDF] sent Wednesday to the SEC, the Coalition for Derivatives End-Users said it is worried that the agency may bring extra...
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