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Congress Clarifies SEC’s Authority to Obtain Disgorgement and Expands the Statute of Limitations on SEC Claims for Equitable Relief

USA - January 2 2021 Overriding President Trump's veto of legislation for the first time, on January 1, 2021 Congress enacted the National Defense Authorization Act for…

Adam Fee, George S. Canellos, James G. Cavoli, Tawfiq S. Rangwala.

US-Brazil Coordination on Anticorruption Cases: What Lies Ahead?

Brazil, USA - November 11 2019 Authorities in Brazil and the United States are enjoying historic collaboration in their fight against public corruption. Over the last five years…

Adam Fee, Daniel Perry, Fabiana Y. Sakai, Fiona A. Schaeffer, Tobias Stirnberg.

New Guidance from the DOJ Regarding the Inability to Pay Corporate Fines

USA - October 14 2019 In a memo by Assistant Attorney General Brian Benczkowski (the "Memo") dated October 8, 2019, the US Department of Justice issued guidance on how it…

Adam Fee, George S. Canellos, James G. Cavoli, Tawfiq S. Rangwala.

Litigation & Arbitration Group Client Alert: The SEC And FCA Enforcement Reports: Some Common Themes

United Kingdom - January 15 2019 In November 2018, the SEC published its second annual enforcement report which provides a summary of the SEC's enforcement-related work during 2018…

Charles Evans, William Charles.

A Victory for Legal Privilege in Cross-border Investigations U.S. and U.K. perspectives on the English Court of Appeal's decision in The Serious Fraud Office v ENRC Limited

United Kingdom, USA - September 11 2018 Regulators in the U.K. and the U.S. are increasingly placing pressure on companies to provide materials considered to be protected by legal privilege. The authorities have focused, in particular...

Charles Evans, William Charles.