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Failure to specify attorney's role in internal investigation could cost you the attorney-client and attorney work-product privileges

USA - August 9 2010 Recently, in HSBC Guyerzeller Bank AG v Chascona NV et al, Index No 114705/2003 (Sup Ct, NY County, June 23, 2010) (“Guyerzeller”), Justice Bernard J Fried held that the attorney-client and attorney work product privileges did not shield from discovery documents created and maintained by an attorney acting as an investigator.

Five Keys to a Successful Compliance Risk Assessment

USA - April 5 2021 Corporate compliance programs are expected to be tailored to an organization’s unique risks. Most regulators (and most modern organizational…

J. Scott Maberry.

How the New Presidential Proclamation Regarding Non-Immigrant Visas Affects Your Company

USA - June 23 2020 On June 22, 2020, the White House announced an extension and expansion of Proclamation 10014, which was originally announced on…

Bochan Kim, Greg Berk, Jonathan E. Meyer, Karl Buhler.

New York’s Department of Financial Services: the Self-Styled “Regulator of the Future”

USA - September 27 2019 Under its new leader, the New York Department of Financial Services (“DFS”) has staked out high ground for itself by self-identifying as the…

Bochan Kim.

SEC To Focus on Cybersecurity in 2019

USA - March 27 2019 For the fourth year running, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office continues to list cybersecurity as one of the top enforcement priorities…

Kari Rollins.