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DOJ Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Announces FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy

• The voluntary disclosure of a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) violation, “full cooperation” in an ensuing investigation, and timely and appropriate remediation, will create a presumption that the disclosing company...more

Building on Pilot Program, DOJ Announces New FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

On November 29, 2017, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced a new “FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy” (“Policy”) that extends and revises the FCPA Pilot Program. In his announcement, DAG Rosenstein explained that...more

Another Restaurant And Its Owners Nabbed For Using Zapper Software

by Fox Rothschild LLP on

Earlier this week Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced that a sushi restaurant outside Detroit has been ordered to pay nearly $1 million in restitution and to serve a five-year sentence of probation for...more

UK Tax Round Up - November 2017

by Proskauer Rose LLP on

UK Tax News and Developments - The OTS publishes its report "Value added tax: routes to simplification" - On 7 November, the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) published its first report on VAT, which included a range...more

Demi Lovato, Idina Menzel, and Disney Sued Over Frozen Song “Let It Go”

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Demi Lovato, Idina Menzel, and Disney are amongst the defendants who were sued over the hit song, “Let It Go,” featured in the popular 2013 Disney film, Frozen....more

Something’s Rotten in Düsseldorf—Max Stern Exhibition Cancelled in Response to Restitution Claim

by Sullivan & Worcester on

As Germany puts on the much-anticipated exhibition in Bonn of Cornelius Gurlitt’s disputed collection, a strange story has developed not too far away in Düsseldorf. The Stadtmuseum, which is administered by the city itself,...more

Fed issues consent order for bank’s alleged deceptive practices involving balance transfer credit cards

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

The Federal Reserve Board announced that it had issued a Consent Order against Mid America Bank and Trust Company (Bank) for alleged deceptive marketing practices in violation of section 5 of the FTC Act related to balance...more

Germany Identifies Painting from Gurlitt Collection as Nazi-Looted, Progress and Credibility Still Uncertain

by Sullivan & Worcester on

Only Sixth Work Revealed As Looted Since 2013 - The Deutsches Zentrum Kulturgutverluste (the German Center for Cultural Property Losses) issued a press release today that an additional work from the collection of the late...more

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Criminal Enforcement, Forensics and Training: Environmental Crimes Case Bulletin –...

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) Office of Criminal Enforcement, Forensics and Training publishes an environmental Case Crimes Bulletin (“Bulletin”) that summarizes publicized investigative activity...more

Circuit Remands Restitution Order for Further Consideration of Indigent Defendant’s Right to Counsel and Application for Expert...

In United States v. Torriero, the Second Circuit (Chin, Droney, Restani by designation) vacated by summary order a $765,561 restitution order relating to costs incurred by the EPA in cleaning up a property that the defendant...more

What Happens to Monetary Penalties When Convicted Defendant Dies with Pending Appeals?

by Charles (Chuck) Rubin on

This was the question in a recent Second Circuit Court of Appeals case. The defendant was convicted of securities fraud, mail and wire fraud and obstruction of justice, and entered into a negotiated guilty plea to criminal...more

Second Circuit Demonstrates the Difficulties in Withdrawing a Guilty Plea and Challenging a Below-Guidelines Sentence

In United States v. Rivernider, 13-4865, the Court (Livingston, J., Lynch, J. and Rakoff, D.J., sitting by designation) affirmed the judgment entered by the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut...more

Second Circuit Finds Death Extinguishes Trial Convictions and Related Restitution Order – But Tax Offenses and Bail Forfeiture...

In 2010, a federal jury in the Eastern District of New York convicted body-armor tycoon David H. Brooks of multiple counts of conspiracy, insider trading, fraud, and obstruction of justice for his role in a $200 million...more

Fourth Circuit Splits with Ninth Circuit Regarding Restitution to Financial Institutions Following Mortgage Fraud

by Reed Smith on

Recent Fourth and Ninth Circuit Court opinions show that a financial institution’s classification as a loan originator or a loan purchaser can impact significantly the amount of restitution the entity can potentially recover...more

Court denies restitution sought by CFPB in lawsuit against biweekly mortgage payment companies

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

In another recent defeat for the CFPB, a California federal district court refused to award restitution sought by the CFPB in its lawsuit filed in May 2015 against two related companies offering a biweekly mortgage payment...more

When Will We Get There? The World Gathers in London to Consider the State of Restitution of Nazi-Looted Art.

by Sullivan & Worcester on

The National Gallery London hosted on September 12, 2017 the much-anticipated conference “70 Years and Counting: the Final Opportunity?” organized by the United Kingdom Department for Digital, Culture Media & Sport (DCCS),...more

IRS and States Crack Down on POS Systems: Zapper Software

by Bowditch & Dewey on

A good point of sale (“POS”) system is critical for any business engaged in sales to the public and having one in place goes a long way to ensuring that revenue and profits are being reported properly to federal, state and...more

West Wing Revolving Door and Retirement Plan Ideas Floating in D.C.

by Winstead PC on

I started writing this when Scaramucci was communications director, but before I could finish it the revolving door at the West Wing had swung again and he was out. In addition to his statements made to the press, which do...more

Debt Collection Firm Enters Consent Judgment for $1 Million in Restitution with Massachusetts AG

by Goodwin on

On July 27, 2017, the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office (Massachusetts AG) annou??nced that it ?entered into a consent judgment? with the largest debt collection law firm in the state and two of its principals. The...more

2017 Summer review: M&A legal and market developments

by White & Case LLP on

We set out below a number of interesting English court decisions and market developments which have taken place and their impact on M&A transactions. This review looks at these developments and gives practical guidance on...more

Massachusetts AG Obtains Preliminary Injunction Against Debt Collection Law Firm Over Illegal Practices

by Goodwin on

On July 13, 2017, the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office (“Massachusetts AG”) announced? that it obtained a preliminary injunction against a debt collection law firm and its principal attorney. The Massachusetts AG...more

Herzog Heirs Win Again in Appeals Court on Jurisdiction Over Hungarian Museums

by Sullivan & Worcester on

A federal appeals court has upheld the growing consensus that the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA) confers jurisdiction over foreign state actors in possession of art allegedly looted by and/or overseen by the Nazis....more

New Fed Policy Eliminates Ability of Settlement Options to Include Payments to Non-Party NGOs

by Snell & Wilmer on

On June 7, 2017, United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a memorandum to all Department of Justice (DOJ) components and 94 United States Attorney’s Offices prohibiting them from entering into any agreement on...more

Co-Winners of May’s Low-Return Fraud Award

by Faegre Baker Daniels on

We have a tie! Danielle Burroughs and Tim Arthur are co-winners of the Low-Return Fraud Award for the month of May. On May 30 a federal court ordered Danielle to pay a whopping $2.8 million in restitution for her role in a...more

Appeals of Rulings by The Registrar of Contractors Must Be Timely Filed in Superior Court.

by Snell & Wilmer on

Recently in Johnson v. Arizona Registrar of Contractors, the Arizona Court of Appeals affirmed dismissal of a homeowner’s late appeal of an adverse decision by the Registrar of Contractors (“Registrar”)...more

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