Welcome to Compliance Hot Spots, our snapshot on white-collar, regulatory and compliance news and trends. A judge just dismissed a closely watched challenge to the SEC’s “no admit, no deny” rules, and compliance pros are concerned about squeezed budgets. Plus: Mayer Brown’s bolstered its white-collar practice, and Citgo names a new chief compliance officer. USDOJ and the FTC are facing off this week in the 9th Circuit. And Hogan Lovells inks a $75K monthly contract with the Georgian Dream Party.

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Compliance Leaders Say Budgets Squeezed

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