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The Windfall Wire: Second Circuit panel says Citibank may recover nearly $500 million in inadvertently wired funds

USA - September 20 2022 Citibank’s balance sheet is likely breathing a sigh of relief. A Second Circuit panel held that the bank may finally recoup nearly $500 million in…

Ariana Cheng, Garrett A. Gibson, Jessica R. Rodgers, Jocelyn Weinstein, Ronald W. Zdrojeski

California anti-secrecy bill seeks to alert public of environmental hazards and defective products

USA - May 24 2022 Recent legislation in California may increase legal costs, make settlements more difficult, and risk confidential business information being released…

Ariana Cheng, Ian S. Shelton, Ronald W. Zdrojeski

Seeking shelter from the (TCPA) storm: statutory safe harbor provides protection

USA - February 22 2022 A statutory “safe harbor” within the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) may have become a bit safer after a federal court reinforced what…

Allison B. Bailey, Wilson G. Barmeyer, Thomas M. Byrne, Francis X. Nolan, IV, Timothy J. McCaffrey, Valerie S. Sanders

Stymied fraud prosecutions could force DOJ prosecutors to reevaluate their strategy

USA - February 4 2022 On January 27, 2022, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit issued a decision in United States v. Connolly, overturning the 2018…

Andrea L. Gordon, Sarah E. Paul, Dane N. Sowers

Enforcement appears as messages disappear: The perils of personal and ephemeral messaging

USA - January 6 2022 On December 17, 2021, a financial institution agreed to pay $200 million in fines to the Securities and Exchange Commission and Commodities Futures…

Andrea L. Gordon, Sarah E. Paul, Dane N. Sowers, Ronald W. Zdrojeski