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  1. Directors ignore cybersecurity risks at their peril

    USA - February 11 2015

    The recent barrage of high-profile corporate cyberattacks demonstrates that cybersecurity weaknesses pose a serious corporate threat that can inflict

  2. Art. 122a: risk retention for securitisations with European credit institution investors

    European Union - October 27 2010

    Art. 122a is an article added1 to the European Union Capital Requirements Directive (“CRD”

  3. Revised LMA Standard Terms and Conditions for Par and Distressed Trade Transactions (Bank DebtClaims) ‘the plainer English version’

    European Union - February 25 2014

    The Loan Market Association (“LMA”) recently produced a revised version of the LMA Standard Terms and Conditions for Par and Distressed Trade

  4. Posting independent amounts under derivative transactions: industry recommendations for end user protection

    Global - April 16 2010

    Credit risk associated with derivative transactions can be managed through a variety of methods, such as effective payment and close-out netting arrangements, the use of central clearing counterparties and effective collateral arrangements

  5. SEC suggests broadening director and officer liability for securities fraud: what directors need to know

    USA - February 11 2015

    Senior leadership at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has vowed to use section 20(b), an obscure section of the Securities Exchange Act

  1. The Suprema Federal Circuit en banc hearing: the full Court's decision may impact the ITC's remedial authority

    USA - February 20 2015

    On February 5, 2015, the Federal Circuit sat en banc and heard oral argument after vacating a panel decision in Suprema, Inc. v. Int'l Trade Comm'n

  2. Court finds CFTC RTOISO Exemptive Order bars CEA 22 private right of action, but more to come from the CFTC

    USA - February 17 2015

    Can private litigants bring claims under the Commodity Exchange Act alleging manipulation in ERCOT's energy markets? On February 3, the U.S. District

  3. The Obama administration’s Personal Data Notification & Protection Act: an analysis

    USA - February 12 2015

    On January 12, 2015, President Obama proposed the Personal Data Notification & Protection Act, which would create a federal standard for data breach

  4. Takeaways from the Ninth Circuit’s opinion affirming the FTC’s victory against the St. Luke'sSaltzer merger

    USA - February 12 2015

    On February 10, 2015, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit affirmed a district court's ruling that St. Luke's Health System's

  5. Corporations and the new world of antitrust enforcement

    Global - February 11 2015

    National and regional authorities are, more than ever, wielding their antitrust and other regulatory powers to shape their economies and influence