When Is Cooperation With the Government Considered 'State Action'?
This article discusses decisions addressing the impact of a corporation becoming entwined in governmental actions, including the Second Circuit's recent decision in Gilman v. Marsh McLennan, and pending motions predicated on the internal investigation that preceded the indictment in United States v. Blumberg.
By Maranda Fritz, Brian Waller, Brian Steinwascher|December 29, 2016
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