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Russia: recent developments bearing upon counterparty selection process and data domestication

Russia - September 30 2015 As previously reported, last year was marked by two legal developments that threatened to pose serious compliance challenges to companies operating...

Anna V. Maximenko, Karolos Seeger, Jane Shvets.

D.C. Circuit again issues mandamus to protect internal investigation documents

USA - August 28 2015 The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has once again stepped into an ongoing fight between the proponent of a qui tam action and Kellogg...

Johanna N. Skrzypczyk, Andrew M. Levine.

Wal-Mart’s Delaware document dilemma an update

USA - October 30 2014 The Delaware Chancery Court, considering arguments on remand from the Delaware Supreme Court's ruling in Indiana Electrical Workers Pension Trust...

J. Nicole Stankewicz, Andrew M. Levine.

Privileged and work product documents from investigations now at risk: how the Wal-Mart ruling increases the risk shareholders will pursue documents from FCPA internal investigations

USA - August 28 2014 The Delaware Supreme Court recently ordered Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. ("Wal-Mart") to provide a stockholder with documents relating to its initial...

Paul R. Berger, Bruce E. Yannett, Andrew M. Levine, Scott N. Auby, Roger J. Landsman.

Second Circuit defers to the SEC in overturning a district court’s rejection of settlement with “neither admit or deny” language

USA - June 29 2014 On June 4, 2014, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit overturned a widely publicized Southern District of New York decision by...

Paul R. Berger, Bruce E. Yannett, Jonathan R. Tuttle, James E. Johnson, Andrew M. Levine.