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SDNY holds that corporate attorney-client privilege trumps individual advice-of-counsel defense

USA - September 29 2015 In the wake of the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) recent memorandum regarding increased focus on individual culpability for corporate wrongdoing...

Laura McLane.


How “Dieselgate” Expanded Into An Antitrust Investigation, and What This Means For You

USA, European Union, Germany - December 26 2018 The European Commission’s dieselgate investigation shows that one problem can easily become another...

Carina Kant, Lisa M. Richman, Stefan M. Meisner.


Jury Gives Auto Parts Manufacturer a Pass on DOJ Conspiracy Claims

USA - December 12 2017 On November 29, 2017, a Japanese auto parts manufacturer and its US subsidiary defeated the US Department of Justice's (DOJ) claims that the...

Stefan M. Meisner, Lisa A. Peterson.


Seventh Circuit broadly interprets “referral” under AKS

USA - February 24 2015 On February 10, 2015, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit broadly interpreted the term “referral” in the Anti-Kickback Statute...

Satyam Khanna.


Whistleblower provisions make noise in new financial reform bill

USA - July 21 2010 The new financial reform bill contains whistleblower provisions that could change how corporations identify potential wrongdoing, interact with their employees and decide whether to report potential violations to the government....

Fredric D. Firestone, Paul G. Alvarez.