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Accelerating International Cooperation in Fraud, Corruption, and Other Criminal Investigations and Enforcement Actions

USA - September 12 2017 In recent years, international cooperation among law enforcement agencies in fraud, corruption, and a wide variety of business-related criminal...

Gwen S. Green, Jason E. Prince.


DDTC Again Extends Temporary Modification of Category XI

USA - September 11 2017 In July 2015, we published a blog post regarding the U.S. Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls’ (“DDTC”) temporary modification...

Gwen S. Green, Jason E. Prince.


Recent U.S. Government Actions Highlight the Inherent Risk to U.S. and Foreign Companies Doing Business in Lebanon

Lebanon, USA - March 31 2017 Last week, the Acting U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York announced the settlement of a civil fraud suit against American University...

Jeremy P. Paner.


Proposed Cybersecurity Legislation Offers Opportunities for Technology Companies

USA - March 30 2017 The United States benefits greatly from the use of cyber technology to facilitate every aspect of modern life - to operate the government, critical...

C. Matt Sorensen.


First Circuit Affirms Lengthy Sentence of Chinese National Who Provided U.S. Goods to Iranian Nuclear Program

USA - March 8 2017 On March 1, 2017, the First Circuit affirmed the nine-year sentence of Sihai Cheng, a Chinese national who pleaded guilty for his role in supplying...

Gwen S. Green.