JD Supra Corporate Brief: Cuban Wins, Rabobank Pays, FDIC Warns, Australia Repeals

This day in legal history: on October 31, 2002, a federal grand jury indicts former Enron CFO Andrew Fastow on 78 counts of wire fraud, money laundering, conspiracy, and obstruction of justice related to the company’s collapse.

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It took the jury less than four hours to decide that the SEC failed to prove Mark Cuban committed insider trading… (Agnès Dunogué, Todd Scott, and Matthew Tolve at Orrick)

Rabobank will pay the US government more than $1 billion for manipulating LIBOR and Euribor benchmark rates… (Robert Anello at Morvillo Abramowitz)

NY Governor Cuomo just gave Nassau Health Care Corporation a free pass for antitrust law violations… (Jonathan Lewis and Lee Simowitz at BakerHostetler)

The FDIC is warning banks that their D&O coverage might not be as good as they think… (Paul Compton and Katherine Henry at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings)

What happens when the litigation over eminent domain costs more than the property is worth? (Brad Kuhn at Nossaman)

That didn’t last long: Australia will repeal its carbon pricing mechanism next year… (Baker & McKenzie)

Student loan lenders: expect more regulation… (Goodwin Procter)

Payroll cards may be beneficial to both employer and employee – just don’t try to force workers to take them… (Alicia Hall at Baker Donelson)

The gTLDs are launching soon and you need to have a plan… (Robert Burlingame and Bobby Ghajar at Pillsbury)

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