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Second Circuit Reinforces FCPA's Jurisdictional Limits

USA - August 29 2018 Ruling holds that the government cannot use conspiracy and accomplice liability theories to reach foreign nationals that lack US ties. Key Points:...

Richard D. Owens, Benjamin A. Naftalis, Kathryn H. Ruemmler, Leslie R. Caldwell, Kevin Andrew Chambers, Douglas N. Greenburg, William R. Baker III, Alice S. Fisher, Christopher J. Clark.

Supreme Court: SEC ALJs Are Officers Subject to Constitution’s Appointments Clause

USA - July 12 2018 Respondents in pending or future proceedings should carefully assess their options until several key legal questions are resolved. The United States...

Richard D. Owens, Benjamin A. Naftalis, Ryan S. Baasch, Roman Martinez, Kevin Andrew Chambers, Michael E. Bern, Douglas N. Greenburg, William R. Baker III, Nathan H. Seltzer, Christopher J. Clark, Miles N. Ruthberg, Jamie L. Wine.

SEC Speaks Conference 2016: Key Takeaways for Public Companies

USA - February 26 2016 Senior members of the Enforcement Division of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) gathered on February 19, 2016, at the Practising Law...

Heather A. Blakeman, Scott C. Jones, William R. Baker III, Jennifer C. Archie, Sarah A. Greenfield.

The SEC cooperation initiatives: new risks for public companies

USA - April 21 2010 Over the last few months, the US Securities & Exchange Commission's (SEC) Division of Enforcement has begun to implement a number of initiatives designed to induce cooperation from individuals who participated in (or at least knew of) violations of the federal securities laws....

Lawrence A. West, Scott C. Jones, William R. Baker III.