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The False Claims Act Guide: 2020 and the road ahead Hogan Lovells

The pace of False Claims Act (FCA) litigation remained furious over the past year. Companies and individuals in all sectors of the economy continue to face the threat of FCA investigation,...

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From Bridgegate to Wall Street: Kelly, Blaszczak, and the scope of insider trading liability

Since the Supreme Court's May 2020 decision in the "Bridgegate" case, United States v. Kelly, the scope of the decision’s impact on federal white collar criminal prosecution has been...

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Litigation Landscape: managing your COVID-19 risk Podcast

Our Litigation Landscape podcast series will explore the risks businesses face due to COVID-19. We look at the legal issues affecting businesses today, and the key risks to be aware of for...

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The Department of Justice introduces a new privilege team

Recently, the Department of Justice's (DOJ) Criminal Division Fraud Section took action that may provide defendants with opportunities to preserve their legal privileges during government...

The Southern District of New York expresses concern with government’s “outsourcing” of corporate internal investigations

In a recent decision that could have critical implications for corporate internal investigations conducted pursuant to a government agency’s request, the Southern District of New York ...

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Financial Industry Trends to Watch 10 Years After the Collapse of Lehman Brothers

Lehman Brothers' collapse a decade ago changed the financial services industry and brought about stronger regulation around the world. Now efforts to relax those regulations have emerged in ...

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A Supreme Shift: Sports Gaming Decision Radically Reworks the Casino Landscape

On 14 May 2018, in Murphy v. NCAA, the U.S. Supreme Court declared the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) unconstitutional, paving the way for states to begin...


Applying 'McDonnell,' Circuit affirms ex-assemblyman's public corruption conviction New York Law Journal

James McGovern is quoted in this article published in New York Law Journal.

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Anti-bribery laws make overseas operations risky business, panel says The Lawyer's Daily

James G. McGovern and Peter S. Spivack have contributed to an article on the implications of anti-bribery laws on overseas operations for The Lawyer's Daily.

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