SEC News - Five Year Enforcement Limitation, FCPA Charges for Foreign Nationals, More...

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This issue of JD Supra's Corporate Law Report focuses on latest news and analysis for the Securities and Exchange Commission, including a look at:

- a recent SCOTUS decision in Gabelli v. SEC ruling that the SEC only has five years in which to prosecute for fraud (starting at the time the fraud was committed)

- a judicial ruling stating that foreign nationals can be charged for FCPA violations even though the live outside the U.S. (because See more +

This issue of JD Supra's Corporate Law Report focuses on latest news and analysis for the Securities and Exchange Commission, including a look at:

- a recent SCOTUS decision in Gabelli v. SEC ruling that the SEC only has five years in which to prosecute for fraud (starting at the time the fraud was committed)

- a judicial ruling stating that foreign nationals can be charged for FCPA violations even though the live outside the U.S. (because their emails passed through U.S.-based servers, among other reasons); and

- takeaways from the latest "SEC Speaks" annual conference... See less -

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Topics:  Enforcement, FCPA, Gabelli v SEC, Magyar Telekom, SCOTUS, SEC

Published In: Criminal Law Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, International Trade Updates, Securities Updates

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