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CFTC Enters the Market for Anti-Corruption Enforcement

USA, United Kingdom - March 20 2019 On March 6, 2019, the Division of Enforcement (Division) of the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC or Commission) announced that it will...

Douglas K. Yatter, Benjamin A. Dozier, Robyn J. Greenberg, Douglas N. Greenburg, Alice S. Fisher.

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, Brian E. Kowalski, 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, Brian E. Kowalski, Nathan H. Seltzer, Christopher J. Clark, Miles N. Ruthberg, Jamie L. Wine.

What the Supreme Court’s Whistleblower Decision Means for Companies

USA - February 28 2018 By limiting the availability of Dodd-Frank whistleblower anti-retaliation provisions, the Court's decision may incentivize increased SEC reporting. In...

Matthew J. Peters, Roman Martinez, Norman G. Anderson, Marcy C. Priedeman, Linda M. Inscoe, Nathan H. Seltzer, Eric R. Swibel.

Second Circuit Denies Rehearing on Decision Barring Testimony Compelled by Foreign Governments

USA - December 13 2017 The Second Circuit has denied the government's petition for panel or en banc rehearing in United States v. Allen, which vacated two London...

Benjamin A. Naftalis, Stuart Alford QC, Nicholas L. McQuaid, Thomas J. Humphrey.