Christopher F. Robertson

Seyfarth Shaw LLP


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Murray v. UBS: The Second Circuit Creates a Circuit Split on Whistleblower Claim Standards

USA - August 11 2022 In a decision with potentially wide-ranging implications for federal whistleblower protection law, the Second Circuit has held that plaintiffs who…

Gregory A. Markel, David J. Winkler

The SEC Paves a Path to Formally Address ESG From All Sides

USA - March 29 2021 Navigating an organization’s environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) risks and opportunities remains somewhat of a frustrating mystery for…

Giovanna A. Ferrari, Adam H. Laughton, Ameena Y. Majid, Dallin R. Wilson

New Antitrust and Money Laundering Laws to Expand OSHA Whistleblower Claims

USA - February 25 2021 The U.S. Department of Labor announced last week OSHA will oversee the processing of worker retaliation complaints filed under two new whistleblower…

Brent I. Clark, James L. Curtis, Patrick D. Joyce, Craig B. Simonsen, Adam R. Young

The MAE Clause Faces Off With COVID-19 in the Delaware Courts—What Comes Next?

USA - July 8 2020 While the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to disrupt the global economy, it is also causing the number of disputes over pending mergers and…

William L. Prickett, Aselle Kurmanova, Paul Pryzant

SEC Commissioner Peirce Proposes Three Year “Safe Harbor” For Tokens

USA - February 11 2020 Seyfarth Synopsis: On Thursday, February 6, 2020, SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce proposed rules which, if certain conditions are met, would, for…

Matthew Catalano, Tracee E. Davis