Publications - Gibson Dunn


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CHIPS Act Update: Applications Wanted

Gibson Dunn lawyers review key details and relevant information for those applying for CHIPS Act funding.

Client Alert | March 2, 2023

2022 Year-End FCPA Update

Our lawyers review key Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and anti-corruption developments globally in 2022.

Client Alert | March 2, 2023

Antitrust in China – 2022 Year in Review

Gibson Dunn lawyers provide an overview of China’s major antitrust developments in 2022.

Client Alert | March 1, 2023

Supreme Court Holds That Bank Secrecy Act Imposes Single Penalty For Nonwillful Failure To File Timely, Accurate Annual Report Of Foreign Bank And Financial Accounts

In a 5–4 opinion, the Supreme Court held that the Bank Secrecy Act imposes a single penalty for each nonwillful failure to file an annual form disclosing foreign financial accounts, regardless of the number of accounts that were not disclosed.

Client Alert | February 28, 2023

Webcast: Bank Secrecy Act / Anti-Money Laundering and Sanctions Enforcement and Compliance Update

Our lawyers discuss the latest developments and trends in U.S. and international anti-money laundering (AML) and sanctions laws, regulations, and enforcement.

Webcasts | February 28, 2023

Deutsches Gesellschaftsrecht 2023: Ein turbulentes Jahr

Munich partner Lutz Englisch, of counsel Birgit Friedl and associates Marcus Geiss and Sonja Ruttmann are the authors of "Deutsches Gesellschaftsrecht 2023: Ein turbulentes Jahr," published in the 1-2/2023 issue of M&A Review.

Article | February 23, 2023

Webcast: Five Things to Know About Convertible Note Offerings

Gibson Dunn lawyers provide a briefing on some key considerations for issuers considering convertible notes as a financing option.

Webcasts | February 23, 2023

SEC Adopts New Final Rules for Clearance and Settlement; Proposes Changes for Investment Adviser Rules

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission adopted new rules meant to reduce risk in clearance and settlement for most broker-dealer securities transactions while proposing new rules designed to enhance safeguards for customer assets managed by investment advisers.

Client Alert | February 22, 2023

In Fair Labor Standards Act Case, Supreme Court Holds That Employees Paid A Daily Rate Are Not Compensated On A “Salary Basis”

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a highly compensated executive employee who is paid at a daily rate is not paid on a “salary basis” and thus is not exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Client Alert | February 22, 2023

Webcast: Federal Infrastructure Permitting – FAST-41 Reforms and What’s Next on Capitol Hill

In this webcast, Gibson Dunn professionals and the current and former Executive Directors of the Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council discuss how the FAST-41 program can help major infrastructure projects cut through red tape and get shovels in the ground faster.

Webcasts | February 21, 2023

Ninth Circuit Holds That the Federal Arbitration Act Preempts California’s Attempt to Criminalize Employment Arbitration Agreements

Gibson Dunn lawyers discuss a ruling that allows California employers to continue to require that employees sign arbitration agreements in connection with their employment without the risk of potential criminal liability.

Client Alert | February 17, 2023

Ties to U.S. must be considered in criminal-related deportations

Los Angeles partner Kahn Scolnick and associates Daniel Adler, Matt Aidan Getz, Patrick Fuster and Emily Sauer are the authors of "Ties to U.S. must be considered in criminal-related deportations," published by the Daily Journal on February 8, 2023.

Article | February 16, 2023

The Need for Speed: Accelerating the Chapter 11 Process

New York partner David M. Feldman, Los Angeles partner Michael S. Neumeister and New York associate Stephen D. Silverman are the authors of “The Need for Speed: Accelerating the Chapter 11 Process” published in February 2023 in Navigating Today’s Environment | The Directors' and Officers' Guide to Restructuring (Second Edition), which examines key topics and challenges facing directors and officers during a restructuring in today’s environment.

Article | February 15, 2023

Webcast: 2023 Environmental Update

Join our panelists as they discuss significant developments in federal and California environmental law and forecast what to expect for 2023.

Webcasts | February 15, 2023

International Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Outlook and Review – 2023

Gibson Dunn lawyers provide a review of international cybersecurity and data privacy issues, as well as the outlook for the year.

Client Alert | February 14, 2023

DOJ Signals Increased Scrutiny on Information Sharing

Gibson Dunn lawyers provide analysis on recent Department of Justice guidance and safe harbors for information exchanges and other conduct governed by federal antitrust laws in healthcare markets.

Client Alert | February 10, 2023

2022 Year-End False Claims Act Update

Our lawyers review the past year in False Claims Act activities.

Client Alert | February 8, 2023

2022 Year-End Sanctions and Export Controls Update

Our lawyers review the year in foreign sanctions and export controls.

Client Alert | February 7, 2023

Federal Circuit Update (January 2023)

Our lawyers summarize news and key cases in the Federal Circuit.

Client Alert | February 7, 2023

Hong Kong Monetary Authority Introduces Plans To Regulate Stablecoins

Gibson Dunn lawyers review plans that were recently announced by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority on the regulation of crypto-assets and stablecoins.

Client Alert | February 7, 2023