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Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 9.21.16

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Testifying before the Senate Banking Committee yesterday, Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf admitted that the illegal sham-account-creation activity at the heart of its recent SEC fine may have begun earlier than first reported....more

Corporate Investigations and White Collar Defense - July 2016

“Official Acts”—What They Are… and Are Not - Why it matters: On June 27, 2016, the Supreme Court decided McDonnell v. U.S., holding that, for purposes of the federal public corruption statutes, an “official act”...more

"Cross-Border Investigations Update - June 2016"

This issue of Skadden’s semiannual Cross-Border Investigations Update takes a look at recent cases and enforcement trends, including proposed amendments to China’s commercial bribery law, the use in U.S. courts of compelled...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 6.8.16

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Despite Tribune Publishing’s (wait, wait, is that tronc now?) best efforts to play defense, Gannett is not backing down from its unsolicited offer to acquire the publisher...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 6.7.16

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

In a gift to Wall Street today, Fed Chair Janet Yellen signaled that May’s weak job numbers were low enough to prompt reconsideration of a June rate hike out of fears of pushing a fragile economy too far too fast....more

Your daily dose of financial news: The Brief – 6.3.16

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

May’s jobs report is out today, though it may be a slightly less valuable barometer of economic growth due to the Verizon employee strike that wrapped up this week – WSJ Tribune Publishing’s doing more than buoying its...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 5.24.16

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Tribune’s not only given a hard “no” to Gannett, but it’s got some new firepower (and capital) on its side thanks to a $70.5 million investment by Nant Capital—a group “founded by Patrick Soon-Shiong, a billionaire who has...more

Four Takeaways from the ABA Antitrust Section's 2016 Spring Meeting

by Proskauer Rose LLP on

Antitrust practitioners, enforcers and industry professionals came together in Washington, D.C. for the 64th installment of the ABA Section of Antitrust Law's annual Spring Meeting. The Spring Meeting provides a look at the...more

Corporate Investigations & White Collar Defense - February 2016

Eye on the Courts—Recent Opinions and Rulings of Note - Why it matters: From a white collar and securities fraud standpoint, there has been a lot of noteworthy activity in the courts of late. The Supreme Court granted...more

Global Cartel Enforcement 2015 Year in Review

by Allen & Overy LLP on

Developing trends: Auto parts and financial services penalties dominated global enforcement fine totals in 2015. And while financial services will remain a focus for enforcers in 2016, several new antitrust...more

Compliance at the Tipping Point, Part III – The VW Emissions-Testing Scandal

by Thomas Fox on

I continue my series on why I believe that compliance is at the ‘Tipping Point’ with a discussion of the Volkswagen (VW) emissions-testing scandal and its effect on the greater compliance world. Myself and many other...more

The Defeat Device: Compliance and Ethics in the Auto Industry

by Thomas Fox on

Things are seriously bad when one of the world’s most respected business focused publications, the Financial Times (FT), asks if the auto “industry faces ‘Libor moment’”? Yet that was a headline yesterday in the lead article...more

Bridging the Week - September 2015

Alleged Flash Crasher's Formal Indictment Provides More Details Regarding His Purported Spoofing - The US Department of Justice filed a formal indictment against Navinder Singh Sarao in a US federal court in Chicago on...more

2015 Mid-Year Securities Litigation and Enforcement Highlights

by BakerHostetler on

Welcome to the 2015 Mid-Year Report from the BakerHostetler Securities Litigation and Regulatory Enforcement Practice Team. The purpose is to provide a periodic survey, apart from our team Executive Alerts, on matters we...more

Deutsche Bank Settles LIBOR Charges With FCA, DOJ, CFTC, NY State

by Dorsey & Whitney LLP on

Deutsche Bank paid $2.519 billion in fines and disgorgement, a subsidiary pleaded guilty to criminal charges and the parent entered into a three year deferred prosecution agreement which requires a monitor to resolve charges...more

"United Kingdom: The SFO Focuses on Corporate Fraud and Corruption"

Once the subject of speculation regarding its possible consolidation with other agencies, the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) had an exceedingly busy 2014, with all signs suggesting that it will continue its aggressive enforcement...more

DOJ Criminal Cartel Enforcement: Six-Month Summary

This is the first in what we expect to be a series of updates on DOJ criminal actions in the cartel area. Here, we look at highlights over the last six months in the DOJ’s investigations of the auto parts industry, LIBOR, and...more

DOJ Makes Headway in Fight Against Financial Fraud

by McDermott Will & Emery on

On August 18, 2014, following a Department of Justice (DOJ) investigation and criminal indictment, Paul Robson became the second former Rabobank employee to plead guilty for his participation in a scheme to manipulate the...more

This Week In Securities Litigation (The week ending January 10, 2014)

by Dorsey & Whitney LLP on

The insider trading trial of former SAC Capital official Matthew Martoma opened this week in Manhattan with jury selection. The SEC announced the resignation of George Canellos, Co-director of the Division of Enforcement....more

Antitrust Bulletin - Vol. 5, No. 1

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

In this Issue: - New Developments - U.S. Supreme Court Will Decide Whether Patent Agreements That Postpone the Sale of Generic Drugs Violate Antitrust Laws - Direct Purchasers Have Standing to Bring Antitrust...more

Penalties Getting Tougher for Wayward Financial Institutions

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

Senator Elizabeth Warren wants regulators to take more banks accused of financial misconduct to trial instead of settling with them before trial. But she is not the only one in Washington looking for ways to send a message to...more

Weekly Brief: New DOJ Tact Pushes Bank Subsidiaries To Admit Guilt

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Feb. 21 (Bloomberg Law) -- Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia runs through the legal news for the week. The Department of Justice appears to be changing its approach on prosecuting those responsible for the financial crisis. Also,...more

Orrick's Financial Industry Week In Review - February 11, 2013

In This Issue: *RMBS Litigation - Assured Wins $90 Million in Damages in RMBS Breach of Contract Trial - DOJ Brings Civil Fraud Action Against S&P - S&P Seeks Declaration That Credit Ratings Are Immune...more

RBS Fined £87.5 Million over LIBOR Rates

On February 6, the FSA issued a final notice to RBS imposing a fine of £87.5 million for misconduct in submitting rates for the calculation of LIBOR....more

RBS Fined £87.5 Million over LIBOR Rates

On February 6, the FSA issued a final notice to RBS imposing a fine of £87.5 million for misconduct in submitting rates for the calculation of LIBOR....more

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