Federal appellate courts are poised to narrow the government's ability to prosecute under FDCA, explain Gibson Dunn attorneys.
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Investigations of anti-competitive conduct can unearth corrupt practices, leading to even greater exposure for companies, explain Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher attorneys.
Examining damages caused sooner than later in a case may be advantageous to white-collar defendants at sentencing, explain Latham & Watkins attorneys.
According to the Office of Inspector General, the California law no longer meets federal guidelines to qualify for financial incentives, explain Paul Hastings attorneys.
The commission has increased the number of prosecutions, often employing novel theories of liability, says Jared L. Kopel of Wilson Sonsini.
The SEC and private litigants seeking to prosecute securities violations in China have an uphill discovery battle, explains Michael C. Tu of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe.
In a recent decision, the Ninth Circuit made it easier for prosecutors to obtain convictions for procurement of unwarranted discounts, explains Louis Feuchtbaum of Sideman & Bancroft.
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