Topic: statute of limitations

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Financial Reform, Patent Infringement, CFPB Compliance, ERISA Lawsuits

It’s Friday, you’re drinking coffee, and the JD Supra Corporate Brief is here. Does it get any better? C’mon kids: grab some cocoa and sit by the fire for the traditional holiday non-compete tale… (Michael Greco at Fisher & Phillips) 50-page glossary of financial reform terms? Check… (Morrison & Foerster) Native American tribes may be… Read more »

SCOTUS Says Three Years Is Long Enough to File ERISA Lawsuits

Earlier this month, the US Supreme Court unanimously upheld a three-year statute of limitations for filing lawsuits challenging claim denials under Wal-Mart’s disability plan. Dirk Bernhardt and John Seybert of Sedgwick explain: “Julie Heimeshoff was a participant whose lawsuit for benefits under ERISA was barred by her plan’s three-year limitation of actions period that ran… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Social Media Disclosure, Federal Shutdown Costs, Shanghai Free-Trade Zone, Ireland Whistleblower Protections

Sign up for email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief, and you’ll never go looking for law news again… Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn provide a 24/7 outlet for corporate disclosure… (Akin Gump) Contractors may be entitled to recover costs arising from the federal shutdown, but they’ve got to act quickly… (Morrison & Foerster)… 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 »

Recent Lawsuits Outline Rules for Prosecuting Foreign Nationals Under the FCPA

“The [Straub] decision … highlights the very broad reach sought by US authorities for the FCPA, and the risk that foreign national executives may find themselves facing FCPA enforcement actions in the United States based on minimal contacts with the United States, including their use of electronic communications services based in or routed through the… Read more »