Insurers exit from rural ACA plans: Is a reversal possible?

Oct 20, 2016 By: Deborah Dorman-Rodriguez

Aetna’s August announcement that it will exit the Affordable Care Act marketplaces, commonly known as the “exchanges,” in 11 states for the

The contours of insider trading liability: Will Salman overturn Newman?

Feb 22, 2016 By: Ross Pearlson

The U.S. Supreme Court recently agreed to address — and hopefully clarify — the “personal benefit” element of insider trading liability that it first articulated over 30 years ago.

DOJ’s first prosecution for campaign finance coordination — a sign of things to come?

Sep 28, 2015 By: Michael D. Goldklang

Under the Federal Election Campaign Act, 52 U.S.C. § 30101, expenditures by a person or organization in cooperation, consultation or concert with,

Knowing the unknown: Avoiding the threat of FCPA successor liability

Sep 1, 2015 By: William E. Lawler III

We all worry about the unknown. When acquiring a business with operations outside the United States, there is perhaps no riskier “unknown”

Westlaw Journals weekly round-up

Aug 13, 2015 By: Melissa Sachs

This week some highlights from the Westlaw Journal blog include an audio intro to a commentary about drones and state privacy laws

Executive order authorizes economic sanctions to combat malicious cyberactivity

May 28, 2015 By: Phyllis B. Sumner

President Barack Obama recently declared a national emergency relating to cyberthreats, calling them “one of the most serious economic and national security

Lengthy and costly FCPA investigations disserve both business and justice

May 22, 2015 By: Paul Pelletier, Esq.

As each day seems to bring new headlines showing the depth and magnitude of overseas economic corruption, the importance and intrinsic value

Data breaches: Response and risk-mitigation requirements

May 20, 2015 By: Kenneth N. Rashbaum

Each week brings new tales of woe to C-suite personnel and general counsel who are responsible for the safekeeping of the most

When internal compliance monitoring stumbles, directors and officers may face risk

May 11, 2015 By: Nick Sullivan

Jeffery M. Cross and Dylan Smith of Freeborn & Peters discuss when officers and directors can be liable for failed internal compliance monitoring following a criminal antitrust conviction or civil antitrust enforcement settlement.

Is the expansion of U.S. law enforcement authority on the Internet splintering the world wide web?

Apr 30, 2015 By: Michael Zweiback

A U.S. federal court recently approved a search warrant directed at email account information stored on servers located in Ireland.

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