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DOJ Loses First Wage-Fixing and No-Poach Cases as Juries Acquit

USA - April 26 2022 The Department of Justice’s first criminal wage-fixing and no-poach cases ended in acquittals, but we don’t expect this will lessen the DOJ’s…

Dee Bansal, Julia R. Brinton, Megan Browdie, Ethan Glass, Jacqueline Grise, Tanisha James, Beatriz Mejia, Howard Morse

Bloomberg LP v. ZXC: Privacy Triumphs

United Kingdom - March 24 2022 The UK Supreme Court has handed down its highly anticipated judgment in the matter of Bloomberg LP v. ZXC [2022] UKSC 5. As we explained in our 16…

Benjamin Sharrock, Tom Epps

DOJ’s Pandemic Fraud Enforcement Efforts Accelerating

USA - March 18 2022 On March 10, 2022, the Department of Justice announced the appointment of Associate Deputy Attorney General Kevin Chambers to serve as the DOJ’s…

Shamis Beckley, Alexandra Eber, Allegra Flamm, Daniel Grooms, Michelle L. Rogers

Biden Executive Order on Cryptocurrencies and Other Digital Assets Emphasizes Innovation and Regulation

USA - March 16 2022 On March 9, 2022, President Joe Biden issued an Executive Order outlining a “whole-of-government” approach to examining a broad range of potential…

Joseph D. Mornin, Alfred Browne, Derek Colla, Adam Fleisher, Jonathan Gordon, Thomas Heiser, Kevin King, Travis LeBlanc, Obrea Poindexter, Michelle L. Rogers, Rebecca Ross, Sean Ruff, Vince Sampson, Dionne A. Thomas, Nancy Wojtas

Is DOJ Looking to Bring Criminal Charges Under Sherman Act’s Section 2? ‘Yes, Absolutely’

USA - March 9 2022 On March 2, 2022, Richard Powers, the deputy assistant attorney general of the Antitrust Division of the US Department of Justice, said that the…

Dee Bansal, Megan Browdie, Alexandra Eber, Jacqueline Grise, Tanisha James, Beatriz Mejia, Howard Morse, Wazhma Sadat