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Deputy Attorney General Announces Further Revisions to Corporate Criminal Enforcement Policies

USA - September 23 2022 On September 15, 2022, Deputy Attorney General ("DAG") Lisa Monaco announced a series of changes to the United States Department of Justice's (the…

H. Gregory Baker, Michael F. Buchanan, Joshua A. Goldberg, Lauren Schorr Potter, Daniel S. Ruzumna, Harry Sandick

Episode 9: Strategic Gradualism: A Discussion of RBG’s Criminal Sentencing Jurisprudence

USA - March 17 2021 In Episode 9 of Notorious, we discussed a series of cases related to criminal sentencing, including: Apprendi v. New Jersey, United States v. Booker…

Michelle M. Bufano, Harry Sandick

A Shield From Cyber Liability: Beyond the Statute

USA - June 28 2019 As we've written about in the past, the SAFETY Act has the potential to help companies mitigate their risk from cyber-terrorism. As previously noted…

Alejandro H. Cruz, Joshua R. Stein

A Shield From Cyber Liability: Diving Deeper Into the SAFETY Act

USA - May 13 2019 As we’ve discussed in previous posts, the SAFETY Act has the potential to serve as a valuable tool for companies looking to mitigate risk from cyber-terrorism...

Alejandro H. Cruz, Craig A. Newman, Joshua R. Stein

A Shield From Cyber Liability: Integrating SAFETY Act Protections Into Institutional Cyber Governance

USA - January 29 2019 An obscure federal law called the SAFETY Act recently captured national headlines when MGM Resorts International invoked it in a series of pre-emptive…

Alejandro H. Cruz, Craig A. Newman, Joshua R. Stein