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Two-Year Prison Sentence for Sanctions Violations Illustrates Risk of Criminal Enforcement of U.S. Sanctions Laws

USA - June 29 2020 The U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) recently announced that Italian business owner Gabriele Villone was sentenced to more than two years in prison…

Guillermo Christensen.

DOJ, SEC & FBI Host Virtual Town Hall on Foreign Bribery and Health Care Fraud Enforcement

USA - May 21 2020 The Federal Government’s enforcers disclosed in a virtual town hall that while they face some additional difficulties in enforcing laws against…

Timothy D. Belevetz, Guillermo Christensen, Daniel Polatsek.

CDC Temporarily Halts Residential Evictions Nationwide in Effort to Stop Further Spread of COVID-19

USA - September 2 2020 On September 1, 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”), located within the Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”)…

Matthew G. DeLaruelle, Christina Laun Fugate, Drew J. Miroff, Robert M. Waterson.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Excusing Contract Performance

USA - March 20 2020 As the impact of COVID-19 seems to spread exponentially by the hour, so too does the disruption to global supply chains. While most businesses long…

Christina Laun Fugate, Drew J. Miroff.

Rise in SEC Whistleblower Complaints Reinforces Importance of Corporate Compliance

USA - June 3 2020 The Co-Director of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (“SEC”) Enforcement Division, Steven Peiken, recently announced the SEC received…

Guillermo Christensen, Matthew L. Fornshell, Daniel Polatsek.