Heightened Scrutiny

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Belgian criminal settlement regime declared partially unconstitutional by the Belgian Constitutional Court

On 2 June 2016, the Belgian Constitutional Court ruled that a part of the Belgian criminal settlement regime (transaction pénale/minnelijke schikking in strafzaken) is unconstitutional. Currently, article 216bis of the...more

Employment Law - May 2016

California Increases Amount Paid for Family, Disability Leave - Why it matters - In the latest changes to California employment law, Governor Jerry Brown signed an amendment increasing the payment to employees for...more

"US Enforcement Authorities Tighten Post-Settlement Scrutiny of Financial Institutions"

Last year, financial institutions continued to settle in record numbers with federal and state criminal and civil authorities in areas including benchmark interest rate manipulation, economic sanctions and anti-money...more

Latest First Amendment Off-Label Notes - Has DoJ Finally Come Around?

As we mentioned before (when we provided a discount) Bexis spoke earlier this week at the ACI Promotional Review Summit on the “Brave New World . . . Post-Amarin” – that is to say, about the First Amendment and off-label...more

"Fairness of Director Awards Granted Under Market-Standard Equity Plans Comes Under Increased Scrutiny"

A Delaware court opinion issued late last week may subject equity grants to directors to increased judicial scrutiny (Calma v. Templeton, No. 9579-CB (Del. Ch. Apr. 30, 2015)). In Calma, the Chancery Court denied the...more

Update Your Compliance Programs to Address Increased Federal Scrutiny of Academic Research and Grant Funding

The federal government has stepped-up its enforcement efforts in the areas of academic research and grant funding. Just this week, Northwestern University agreed to pay $2.93 million to settle a federal whistleblower suit...more

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