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August 13, 2019

Getting the Deal Through: Appeals 2019

Washington, D.C. partner Mark Perry and Los Angeles partner Perlette Jura are the contributing editors of “Appeals 2019,” a publication examining Appellate law and procedure between jurisdictions around the globe, published by Getting the Deal Through in June 2019.  Perry and Jura are the authors of the “Global Overview” and the “United States” chapters of the book, and London partners Patrick Doris and Doug Watson and associate Daniel Barnett are the authors of the “United Kingdom” chapter.
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August 5, 2019

Mid-Year Review: False Claims Act Enforcement in 2019

Los Angeles partner James L. Zelenay Jr. and associate attorney Sean S. Twomey are the authors of “Mid-Year Review: False Claims Act Enforcement in 2019” [PDF] published by the Daily Journal on August 1, 2019.
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July 31, 2019

Dropping the Pilot – DOJ’s Toned-Down Corporate Enforcement Policy Reduces the Burden on Business and Could Improve Information Sharing

Washington, D.C. partners F. Joseph Warin, M. Kendall Day and Daniel P. Chung, and associate Laura R. Cole are the authors of “Dropping the Pilot – DOJ’s Toned-Down Corporate Enforcement Policy Reduces the Burden on Business and Could Improve Information Sharing,” [PDF] published in Global Investigations Review’s Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations Half-Year Update in July 2019.
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July 25, 2019

Navigating Cross-Border Investigations Involving Switzerland

Washington D.C. partner F. Joseph Warin and associate attorneys Jason Smith and Susanna Schuemann are the authors of “Navigating Cross-Border Investigations Involving Switzerland” [PDF] published by the Global Investigations Review on July 12, 2019.
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July 24, 2019

Staving Off the Onslaught of Short Sellers

Singapore partner Robson Lee is the author of “Staving Off the Onslaught of Short Sellers” [PDF] published by the The Business Times on July 24, 2019.
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July 17, 2019

‘Blue Bell’ Reaffirms but Does Not Expand the Boundaries of Oversight Liability

Washington D.C. partners Jason Mendro and Andrew Tulumello and of counsel Lissa Percopo are the authors of "‘Blue Bell’ Reaffirms but Does Not Expand the Boundaries of Oversight Liability" [PDF] published by the Delaware Business Court Insider on July 17, 2019.
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