Disbarred attorney and embattled benefit plan promoter John J. Koresko failed to convince a federal appeals court to overturn decisions that ultimately led to him being imprisoned. Koresko was properly held […]
WilmerHale partner, Naboth Van Den Broek discusses U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs and expectations for companies to file exclusion requests.
Rodgin Cohen, senior chairman at Sullivan & Cromwell, discusses the impact of a trade war and deregulation on financial institutions.
(Bloomberg) — Kevin Whitelaw, Bloomberg News deputy managing editor, discusses the departure of John Dowd as President Trump’s lead attorney against Robert Mueller’s Russia probe. Dowd’s departure comes […]
Over the years of designing, implementing, evaluating, and improving compliance programs, I have come to recognize indicators of what I believe to be ineffective and outdated compliance programs. […]
On June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (“U.K.”) voted to leave the European Union (“EU”). This vote and its deriving consequences are […]
The Congressional Review Act of 1996 (“CRA”) is an interesting piece of legislation. Expressly designed to bypass the typical judicial appeals process for regulatory acts, the CRA allows […]
No one would disagree that economic globalization is an irreversible trend. The last two decades have witnessed the unprecedented mobility of commodities, services and capital, leading to a […]
In a short and insightful piece, Kabir Sehgal explains “Why You Should Have (at Least) Two Careers.” One sentence particularly resonates: “When you work different jobs, you can […]
In the past year, blockchain tokens (more commonly referred to as “virtual tokens” or just “tokens”) have nudged their way into mainstream consciousness with the proliferation of “initial […]