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  • Tips For GC Trying To Survive The Litigation Pandemic

    Covid-19 related litigation is trending up and there is no indication that the curve will flatten anytime soon. Along with retaliation and discrimination claims, the pandemic has apparently accelerated the filing of ordinary wage and hour claims....

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  • Trump Appoints 200th Judge

    On June 24th the Senate confirmed Cory Wilson’s appointment to the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit, Trump’s 200th judicial appointment. He has confirmed two Supreme Court justices, 53 appeals court judges, 143 district...

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  • Trump’s Defeated Pick For Prosecutor Sued Elon Musk At the SEC

    Jay Clayton was Trump’s pick to become the top prosecutor for the Southern District of New York after the sudden firing of Geoffrey Berman. For the past three years he has served as head of the SEC....

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • Is the Party Over For Whistleblowers?

    Three SEC awards to whistleblowers this year are among the top ten ever, including the recent $50 million to a former BNY Mellon currency trader. In all, there has been $114 million awarded to whistleblowers so far...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • Employees Balking At “Tattleware”

    Working remotely during the pandemic is said to be such a success that it may become the post-Covid19 norm, but there is a downside that is taking a toll on some employees’ morale. MPRNEWS talked to an...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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  • Securities Class Actions Hit World Wrestling

    World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc., the wrestling empire headed by Vince McMahon, has been hit with several securities class action lawsuits. One alleges a multi-faceted “fraudulent scheme,” with executives selling more than “$282 million worth of their personally...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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  • Compliance Departments Face Hard Questions During the Downturn

    Writing on the FCPA Blog, Richard Cassin speculates on Covid19’s impact on compliance departments. When cash reserves vanish companies run daily headcounts to survive, and no one is exempt including compliance personnel. The question as he sees...

    • Posted 4 months ago
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  • If This Isn’t A Force Majeure, What Is It?

    An advisory from Mayer Brown attorneys looks at the fate of contracts in the context of a pandemic and widespread business shutdowns, specifically the “legal rights of customers associated with the risk of such interruptions,” and then...

    • Posted 4 months ago
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  • Employee Benefits Issues In a Recession

    Some tips for employers coping with the economic slowdown and viral complications thereof: Keep state privacy laws and HIPPA regulations in mind when you collect employees’ health information. Some state laws, for example, require businesses to provide...

    • Posted 5 months ago
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  • Supreme Court Defines “Actual” Knowledge

    On Feb. 27, the Supreme Court ruled in a case in which the plaintiff  disputed the deadline for an ERISA claim based on fiduciary wrongdoing. His former employer, Intel, had argued that he’d missed the deadline for...

    • Posted 5 months ago
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