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By Veronica Callahan, John Freedman, Matthew Lanahan, Daphne Morduchowitz, Vincent Sama, Gilbert Serota, Stephanna Szotkowski
The Securities Act creates a private right of action, while the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 has been interpreted to create an implied private right of action, for investors if they believe they have been defrauded.
By Benjamin Berk, David Sausen, Carey W. Smith
Gains on the investment in a QOF can be permanently excluded if the investment is held for at least 10 years.
By James Joseph, Edward Vergara, Bridget Weiss, Cara Koss, Joel Deuth, Danielle M. Weiner
On March 13, 2018, the United States Internal Revenue Service issued News Release 2018-52 announcing that it will begin to ramp down the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program ...
By John Barker, John Bellinger, III, L. Charles Landgraf, Ronald K. Henry, Soo-Mi Rhee, Baruch Weiss, Nicholas Townsend, Emma Dinan, Amanda J. Sherwood
On March 15, 2018, the Trump Administration imposed sanctions on five Russian organizations and 19 individuals for interference with the 2016 US elections ...
By Richard Alexander, Christopher Allen, Robert Azarow, Christopher J. Dodd, A. Patrick Doyle, David Freeman, Jr., Paul Howard, Howard Hyde, L. Charles Landgraf, Michael Mancusi, Brian McCormally, Henry G. Morriello, Kevin Toomey
On March 14, the US Senate passed S. 2155, the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (Economic Growth Act), on a 67-31 vote.
By Libby Amos, Jacqueline Mulryne
On 11 December 2017 we reported that Advocate General Bobek had opined in Case C-557/16, Astellas Pharma GmbH, that Concerned Member States are co-responsible for marketing authorisations...
By Sebastian Jungermann
The prominent German law magazine Deutscher AnwaltSpiegel published Frankfurt-based partner Sebastian Jungermann's article concerning new corporate criminal sanctions laid down...
By Stuart Turner, Nathaniel Castellano
In 2016, an Ohio property developer brought a bid protest at the Court of Federal Claims objecting to a lease solicitation from the General Services Administration.
By Kathleen Harris, Henry Clinton-Davis, Sean Curran, Hilton Mervis
2017 saw changes in attitudes towards reporting workplace misconduct. The shifts that occurred were precipitated by a workforce that has come to expect that corporates behave in a fundamentally ethical fashion.
By David Freeman, Jr., Marcus Asner, Michael Mancusi, Brian McCormally, Adam Golodner, Nancy Perkins, Anthony Raglani, Kevin Toomey
On March 2, 2018, the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) notified certain Covered Entities, as well as certain of their employees, agents and representatives who are also Covered Entities, ...
By Brian Israel
States may pursue natural resource damage (NRD) claims pursuant to the key federal statutes or, in some cases, pursuant to independent state authority.
By Lynn Fischer Fox, J. David Park, Amy Budner Smith
New Steel tariffs of 25 percent cover essentially all steel mill products from all countries, except Canada and Mexico.
By Libby Amos, Jacqueline Mulryne
In February 2018, the Integrated Research Application System (IRAS) issued revised versions of the template model Clinical Trial Agreement (mCTA) and Clinical Research Organisation ...
By Christopher J. Dodd, Kevin O'Neill, Dana Weekes, Amy Budner Smith, Amy Davenport, Sara Linder, Roxana Boyd, Keri H. Richmond
Several years before I left the US Senate, my colleagues and I passed the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, which was signed into law by President Barack Obama.
By Joel Greenberg, Sara Adler
On March 1, 2018, the SEC approved amendments proposed by the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to its rules pertaining to the physical delivery of hard copies of proxy materials.
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