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Obstructing Bank Examinations Is a Costly Crime

USA - April 24 2018 Recently, an American bank entered into a deferred prosecution agreement requiring it to pay over US$610 million in penalties. The plea agreement was...

Mark A. Rush, Stanley V. Ragalevsky, Simone N. DeJarnett.

Can the Government Really Seize and Take Ownership of My Company’s Assets?

USA - March 23 2018 In 2017, the Department of Justice ("DOJ") reported more than $8.2 billion held in its forfeited-assets fund, which is a $600 million increase...

Stefanie M. Lacy, Reymond E. Yammine.

Maximizing Efficiency, Minimizing Risk: Understanding the Common Interest Doctrine

USA - December 5 2017 The common interest doctrine provides that, if two or more separately represented entities with a common legal, factual, or strategic interest...

Kelly M. Flanigan.

Paying for the Wall: Will President Trump’s Administration Scrutinize, Tax, or Seize Remittances?

USA - January 13 2017 One of the most significant post-election questions for the financial-services industryparticularly global financial institutions that move money...

Daniel F. C. Crowley, Michael R. Komo.

FINRA Imposing Increasingly Major Fines for AML Failures

USA - December 6 2016 Staying true to its Chairman's message regarding its focus in 2016 on anti-money-laundering ("AML") compliance, the Financial Industry Regulatory...