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Some more carrots, and definitely more sticks: DOJ corporate criminal enforcement

Washington, D.C. partner Michael Diamant and associate Nicole Lee are the authors of "Some more carrots, and definitely more sticks: DOJ corporate criminal enforcement" published by Financier Worldwide in its December 2022 issue.

Article | December 1, 2022

Proposed U.S. Foreign Tax Credit Rules Provide Relief for Certain Taxpayers and Ideas for Others

Gibson Dunn lawyers discuss proposed regulations to address certain concerns raised by taxpayers and other stakeholders in response to final foreign tax credit regulations published in January 2022.

Client Alert | December 1, 2022

SEC Extends Phased-in Approach for Application of Rule 15c2-11 for Certain Fixed Income Securities, Including Most Notably Securities Being Sold Pursuant to Resales under Rule 144A

Our lawyers write that the SEC recently delayed the application of Phase 2 of Exchange Act Rule 15c2-11, which affects trading in securities offered by non-reporting issuers in Rule 144A offerings.

Client Alert | December 1, 2022

European Union’s Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive — What Non-EU Companies with Operations in the EU Need to Know

Gibson Dunn lawyers discuss the European Union's Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive and how it will impact non-EU companies with significant EU operations.

Client Alert | November 29, 2022

Lessons From Justices’ Evolving Approach To COVID Rulings

New York partner Akiva Shapiro and of counsel William Moccia are the authors of "Lessons From Justices' Evolving Approach To COVID Rulings" published by Law360 on November 28, 2022. 

Article | November 28, 2022

Rule 10b5-1: Change Is Coming to the Insider Trading Regime – Or Is It Already Here?

Our lawyers review proposed amendments by the Securities and Exchange Commission to Rule 10b5-1, which are meant to address potential abuses of the current insider trading regime.

Client Alert | November 28, 2022

Recent SEC Interpretation of Exchange Act Rule 15c2-11 May Pressure Private Issuers of Fixed Income Securities to Publicly Disclose Financial Information

Our lawyers discuss a recent SEC interpretation of Exchange Act Rule 15c2-11, which could impact the liquidity of issuers of fixed income securities.

Client Alert | November 21, 2022

Biden’s National Security Strategy Reinforces Tech Decoupling and Increased Regulatory Focus

Gibson Dunn lawyers examine the Biden Administration’s recently released National Security Strategy and its impact on businesses.

Client Alert | November 18, 2022

Net Zero Commitments – UK Regulatory Guidance

Selina Sagayam discusses with Thomson Reuters insights from the recent Net Zero Disclosures Report published by the Financial Reporting Council in the UK.

Client Alert | November 18, 2022

Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems Legal Update (3Q22)

Gibson Dunn lawyers provide an overview of regulatory and policy developments related to Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems during the third quarter of 2022. 

Client Alert | November 17, 2022

The DOJ’s Section 2 Enforcement Agenda

Los Angeles partner Daniel Swanson is the author of "The DOJ's Section 2 Enforcement Agenda," published by the Daily Journal on November 16, 2022.

Article | November 17, 2022

Proposed Amendment to Federal Acquisition Regulation Would Require Contractors to Disclose Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Emissions Reduction Targets, and Climate-Based Financial Risks

Gibson Dunn lawyers provide context to recent proposed climate-focused rule changes that would impact certain Federal contractors.

Client Alert | November 15, 2022

New York Attorney General’s Office Fall Round-Up

This roundup summarizes the major cases and initiatives pursued by the New York State Attorney General's Office since August 2021.

Client Alert | November 15, 2022

COFC Dismissal of Boeing’s Challenge to the Application of FAR 30.606 to its Contracts Yet Again Leaves Unresolved the Issue of Combining the Cost Impact of Multiple Changes in Cost Accounting Practice

Los Angeles partner Dhananjay Manthripragada is the author of "COFC Dismissal of Boeing’s Challenge to the Application of FAR 30.606 to its Contracts Yet Again Leaves Unresolved the Issue of Combining the Cost Impact of Multiple Changes in Cost Accounting Practice," published by The Government Contractor on November 9, 2022.

Article | November 15, 2022

Webcast: U.S. Export Controls: New Sweeping Tech Controls on China – What You Need to Know

In this webcast, our attorneys discuss recent export controls implemented by the United States which restrict Chinese companies’ ability to develop cutting-edge technologies with military applications.

Webcasts | November 15, 2022

New York State Department of Financial Services Revises Cybersecurity Regulation to Include New Requirements

This client alert addresses revisions proposed by the New York State Department of Financial Services to strengthen its cybersecurity regulations.

Client Alert | November 15, 2022

Webcast: Nationwide Injunctions and the Practice of Forum Shopping

This webcast covers the rise of nationwide injunctions and their effect on public perception of the judicial system.

Webcasts | November 15, 2022

FTC Announces Broader Vision of Its Section 5 Authority to Address Unfair Methods of Competition

Gibson Dunn lawyers discuss how the Federal Trade Commission intends to broaden its enforcement of Section 5 of the FTC Act to focus "on stopping unfair methods of competition in their incipiency based on their tendency to harm competitive conditions."

Client Alert | November 14, 2022

Measure ULA: New Transfer Tax on Los Angeles Residential and Commercial Real Property Sales Over $5 Million

Our lawyers discuss Measure ULA, which would impose a new “Homelessness and Housing Solutions Tax” on transfers of residential and commercial real property in the city of Los Angeles valued in excess of $5 million.

Client Alert | November 14, 2022

DOJ Antitrust Secures Conviction for Criminal Monopolization

Our lawyers discuss a recent antitrust conviction secured by the U.S. Department of Justice relating to Section 2 of the Sherman Act.

Client Alert | November 9, 2022