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U.S. Supreme Court to Decide When Attorney-Client Communications that Contain “Hybrid” Legal and Business Advice Are Protected by the Attorney-Client Privilege

USA - November 4 2022 Addressing an important issue for in-house counsel, the Supreme Court will resolve a three-way circuit split as to when “dual-purpose”…

Andrew S. Boutros, Jacqueline Harrington, Christina Guerola Sarchio, Erik Snapp

SEC Reported to Add Another Dimension to its Cryptocurrency Enforcement Push: Insider Trading

USA - July 5 2022 According to media reports who have spoken to individuals with firsthand knowledge of the situation, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”)…

Andrew S. Boutros, Samuel Scarritt-Selman, Andrew J. Schaffer, Timothy Spangler

Measure Twice, Cut Once: New DOJ Compliance Certifications Put CEOs and CCOs at Risk of Individual Criminal Liability

USA - June 30 2022 As DOJ senior leadership signaled it would do since March, DOJ has now officially required as part of resolving a corporate enforcement action, that…

Andrew S. Boutros, David N. Kelley, Julia Shea

Criminal No-Poach Antitrust Defense Verdict

USA - April 22 2022 A jury in the United States District Court for the District of Colorado acquitted a Denver-based healthcare company, DaVita Inc., and its former CEO…

Steven E. Bizar, Andrew S. Boutros

Department of Justice “China Initiative” Dead in Name, Alive in Substance

China - February 25 2022 On February 23, 2022, the Department of Justice announced that it would no longer be grouping cases under the "China Initiative" rubric, citing the…

Andrew S. Boutros, David N. Kelley, Jeremy B. Zucker