Daily Compliance News - July 20, 2021 - The Chicken Comes First Edition

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In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

1.) Two Americans convicted of helping smuggle Carlos Ghosn out of Japan were each sentenced. (NYT)

2.) J&J weighing whether to use bankruptcy laws to shield itself from talc lawsuits. (Reuters)

3.) For WeWork, the chicken was to come before the egg. (WSJ)

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In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

1.) Two Americans convicted of helping smuggle Carlos Ghosn out of Japan were each sentenced. (NYT)

2.) J&J weighing whether to use bankruptcy laws to shield itself from talc lawsuits. (Reuters)

3.) For WeWork, the chicken was to come before the egg. (WSJ)

4.) Ackerman SPAC purchase of Universal Music squashed by SEC. (NYT) See less -

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