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Jury Gives Auto Parts Manufacturer a Pass on DOJ Conspiracy Claims

by McDermott Will & Emery on

On November 29, 2017, a Japanese auto parts manufacturer and its US subsidiary defeated the US Department of Justice’s claims that the companies conspired with others to fix prices and rig bids for automotive body sealing...more

Can Your Business Fly Under The Radar?

by Roetzel & Andress on

The past few years have seen the utilization of unmanned aircraft systems (“UAS” or “drones”) expand from military to recreational, and now to commercial use. What once was top-secret military technology can now deliver a...more

China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ Initiative Creates Opportunities and Regulatory Challenges

In a time of shifting opinions on the benefits of globalization, China’s “One Belt, One Road” initiative (OBOR) offers an unexpected bright spot for multinational companies able and willing to participate in this...more

TSA Issues Report on Threat of Terrorists Misusing Large Commercial Vehicles

by Holland & Knight LLP on

A six-page Transportation Security Administration (TSA) memorandum focusing on the potential misuse of large commercial vehicles was recently issued by the TSA's Office of Security Policy and Industry, Engagement Surface...more

North Carolina Legislative Update - May, 2017 #3

by Brooks Pierce on

This week at the General Assembly the Senate focused on moving legislation through committees while House Budget leaders focused on the budget bill (S 257). House leaders have indicated they hope to hold votes on the budget...more

Gigs Save the Day: Ride Sharing Companies Help Shine Light on HumanTrafficking

by Fisher Phillips on

Recently, the on-demand economy has made the news for the best reason possible: saving victims of human trafficking. In December 2016, an Uber driver in California alerted police after becoming concerned that his recent...more

Corporate Investigations and White Collar Defense - February 2017

When Regulatory Failings Turn Criminal: Car Edition Redux - Why it matters: To paraphrase the famous quote from the film “All About Eve”: Fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy car ride. In the first part of...more

Prison sentence for avoiding English freezing and disclosure order

by DLA Piper on

The English Court has made an order sentencing the director and shareholder of a company operating from China to 18 months' imprisonment for failing to comply with a disclosure order made ancillary to a Worldwide Freezing...more

The Domestic Corrupt Practices Act Arrives According to the SEC

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that the parent company of United Airlines has agreed to pay $2.4 million to settle charges for providing a public official with more convenient flight options. The parent...more

Embraer’s FCPA Deferred Prosecution Agreement and $205 Million Payment Demonstrate Need for Adequate Internal Controls

Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer SA (“Embraer”) will pay the United States government $205 million to settle allegations that the company violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”) by paying millions in bribes...more

Thoughts on Drones: The View from the Bench

by SmithAmundsen LLC on

Having just returned from the American Bar Association Aviation and Aerospace Committee Conference, I would like to share some thoughts on drones conveyed from the view of the bench and the regulators....more

Red Notice Newsletter - September 2016

Former CEO of Harris Corporation’s Chinese Subsidiary Pays $46,000 to Settle Alleged FCPA Violations; No Charges for Company - On September 13, 2016, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued a...more

Red Notice Newsletter - Chinese

LATAM Airlines Agrees to Pay $22 Million to Settle FCPA Cases - Last month, LATAM Airlines (“LATAM”), based in Santiago, Chile, agreed to pay $22 million to settle parallel civil and criminal proceedings involving...more

Red Notice Newsletter - Russian

LATAM Airlines Agrees to Pay $22 Million to Settle FCPA Cases - Last month, LATAM Airlines (“LATAM”), based in Santiago, Chile, agreed to pay $22 million to settle parallel civil and criminal proceedings involving...more

Red Notice Newsletter - August 2016

LATAM Airlines Agrees to Pay $22 Million to Settle FCPA Cases - Last month, LATAM Airlines (“LATAM”), based in Santiago, Chile, agreed to pay $22 million to settle parallel civil and criminal proceedings involving...more

When It Absolutely, Positively Has to Be Indicted Overnight: How to Prevent Future Debacles Like the FedEx Prosecution

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

Against the backdrop of years of unprecedented monetary penalties imposed through DOJ civil settlements and deferred prosecution agreements with financial institutions embroiled in the 2008 financial meltdown, the DOJ came...more

Bongs and Busts – the Danger of State Cannabis Laws to Non-U.S. Citizens

by Garvey Schubert Barer on

Seattle, Washington, where I practice, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the U.S. Its natural beauty and cosmopolitan vibe are two of its biggest attractions. But increasingly, Cannabis Tourism has been a...more

San Bernardino County: Hey drone operators, if you fly, we can’t

This week the San Bernardino County issued a warning to drone operators: If you fly, we can’t. Just this year, several fire-fighting tanks have been diverted away from their targets in San Bernardino County due to the...more

Prom, Graduation and the Dangers of Under-Aged Drinking. Who is Liable?

by Howard Ankin on

It’s the season for proms and graduation parties, which means increased underage drinking and serious safety concerns. What many adults do not know, is that they can be found liable when a teen consumes alcohol on their...more

Alarming Number of Bystanders Injured in Chicago-Area Police Pursuits

by Howard Ankin on

Police shootings have dominated the headlines, however, police pursuits have injured and killed more individuals over the last several years, and the Chicago-area statistics are shockingly high....more

Expanding Horizons: Drone Regulations from a Prosecutorial Perspective

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

BB&K attorney Jordan Ferguson writes about the criminal side of drones for the California District Attorneys Association’s Prosecutor’s Brief. Over the next few years, the skies are likely to get much more crowded....more

SC Public Policy Update - April 2016

by Nexsen Pruet, PLLC on

What's New - SENATE - The Senate took furlough this week and did not meet in statewide session. The Senate will reconvene Tuesday, April 5th, at noon....more

Flying Witnesses: Admissibility of Drone-Gathered Evidence in Florida

Unmanned flight isn’t new, nor is aerial photography. Hobbyists have been rigging cameras to model airplanes since long before the word “drone” became commonplace. What’s new is the proliferation of massproduced, inexpensive...more

National Transportation Safety Board Targets Impaired Driving

by McDermott Will & Emery on

Industry professionals should remain aware of trends in policy and technology that may lead to changes in our nation’s laws to combat drunk driving. On January 13, 2016, National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) Chairman...more

Insights Newsletter - Autumn 2015

What to Do When the Government Comes Calling - In today’s complex world of e-commerce and international competition, increasingly governmental agencies (both state and federal) are resorting to “dawn raids” (i.e.,...more

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