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Fine for lack of proper controls without allegations of improper payments

USA - February 14 2013 Oracle Corp. will pay $2 million to resolve SEC allegations that the company's Indian subsidiary maintained $2.2 million in offbook "secret side...

Joseph A. Saltiel, Terrence J. Truax, Brent Caslin, Miwa Shoda.


No proximate cause if physicians would be unaffected by clearer warning

USA - February 14 2013 In Sager v. Hoffmann-La Roche, Inc., No. A-3427-09T4A (N.J. Super. Ct. App. Div. Aug. 7, 2012), the New Jersey Superior Court Appellate Division...

Joseph A. Saltiel, Terrence J. Truax, Brent Caslin, Miwa Shoda.


Sanctions: key documents produced in non-native format and inadequate search

USA - February 14 2013 In one of the Rothstein Ponzi-scheme cases, Coquina Investments v. Rothstein, No. 10-60786 (S.D. Fla. Aug. 3, 2012), the court entered post-trial...

Joseph A. Saltiel, Terrence J. Truax, Brent Caslin, Miwa Shoda.


Failure to reveal internal investigation was not securities fraud

USA - February 14 2013 In In re Boston Scientific Corp. Securities Litigation, 686 F.3d 21 (1st Cir. 2012) (No. 11-2250), a putative class action suit was brought by...

Joseph A. Saltiel, Terrence J. Truax, Brent Caslin, Miwa Shoda.


New York adopts Delaware’s “common sense” direct vs. derivative test

USA - February 14 2013 In Yudell v. Gilbert, 949 N.Y.S.2d 380 (N.Y. App. Div. 2012) (No. 6903), the New York Appellate Division adopted the Delaware Supreme Court's Tooley...

Joseph A. Saltiel, Terrence J. Truax, Brent Caslin, Miwa Shoda.