JD Supra Corporate Brief: SEC Enforcement, ADR Clauses, Russian Deals, Swiss Banks

Picture this: on this day in 1884, George Eastman received a US patent on paper-strip photographic film.

No violation is too small to attract the attention of the SEC’s Enforcement Division… (Morrison & Foerster)

Looks like Wells Fargo will have to face the DOJ’s False Claims Act lawsuit after all… (BuckleySandler)

Here’s a good question: is your alternative dispute resolution clause enforceable? (Baker Donelson)

“Keep an Open Mind” – and other ways to get your deal done in Russia… (Corporate Law Report)

Genetic diagnostic testing company Counsyl has decided that the best defense against Myriad Genetics is a good offense… (MBHB)

Around the world – in the financial services industry… (DLA Piper)

The DOJ just made Swiss banks an offer they can’t refuse… (Dechert)

US sanctions on Iran continue to evolve… (Sheppard Mullin)

The Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act has become the DOJ’s statute of choice for prosecuting banks… (Venable)

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