Topic: securities fraud

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Volcker Rule, Workplace Gossip, Undocumented Workers, Securities Fraud

Happy New Year from JD Supra! Best wishes for a healthy and happy 2014. Cyber risk is the “new normal” – and that means companies will have to beef up their insurance coverage… (Alba Alessandro at Hodgson Russ) No gossip in the workplace? No way, says the NLRB… (Renee Phillips and Gary Siniscalco at Orrick)… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Global Hiring, Brazil Compliance, Volcker Rule, CFIUS Report

Not reading this in your inbox? You should be… Sign up here for email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Report. You need to know these 10 hot employment issues for global companies in 2014… (Rebecca Signer Roche, JD Supra Perspectives) Brazil’s Clean Companies Act goes into effect soon – will you be ready? (Duncan… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Trade Secret Theft, Securities Fraud, Hijacked Domains, Credit Card Surcharges

Sure it’s a short week. But there’s still a lot of law news to read: Victims of cyber attacks: the ITC can help… (Quinn Emanuel) “The good news: you won’t be prosecuted for securities fraud that took place outside the US. The bad news? We’ve determined you were in the US…” (Morvillo Abramowitz) The Department… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Data Protection, Money Laundering, Undocumented Workers, Ponzi Schemes

A little perspective: on September 3, 1929, the Dow Jones industrial average closed at 381.17, its highest point before Black Tuesday… Will the EU’s data protection regulation ever see the light of day? (Wilson Sonsini) “OK, OK – we’ll give back the $47 million if you promise not to prosecute us for money laundering…” (Fuerst… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Data Collection, Background Checks, Two-Step Acquisitions, Securities Fraud

On the go? Get the JD Supra Corporate Brief delivered to your inbox, every weekday morning. Sign up here. New guidance from the Digital Advertising Alliance sets forth specific requirements for the collection and use of data from mobile devices… (Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati) Financial institutions that use criminal background checks to screen job… Read more »

SEC Fraud Charges Against Harrisburg, Pa, Send Warning to All Municipalities

“What we’ve got here is failure to communicate” (The Captain, Cool Hand Luke) Earlier this month, the Securities and Exchange Commission charged Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, with securities fraud for public statements made by municipal officials. Attorneys Robert Feyer and Todd Scott of Orrick explain: “… the SEC found that the City had violated the securities laws… Read more »

[Video] Corporate Law Report – On SEC News

Welcome to the latest edition of the Corporate Law Report. You know what to do: Watch the video overview above and, for any topics that interest you, go deeper with the legal analysis and commentary below>> 1. Gabelli v. SEC: Supreme Court in Gabelli: Clock Starts Ticking When Fraud Occurs, Not When It’s Discovered –… Read more »

Supreme Court Confirms Five-Year Statute of Limitations for SEC Penalties

“… the only federal crimes that have no statute of limitations are capital offenses that warrant the death penalty and certain terrorism, child abduction, and sex offenses. If the SEC were allowed an indefinite period of time in which to bring enforcement actions, the fraud alleged in those cases would be on par with the… Read more »