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Client Alerts November 2010

January 9, 2011

Authors

Jeannie Osborne

Client Alerts November 2010

January 9, 2011

by: Jeannie Osborne

Criminal Action Against In-House Lawyer Underscores Risks in Dealing with Government Investigations

Lawyers who deal with government investigators and regulators should take note of a recent federal criminal action charging a former in-house lawyer at GlaxoSmithKline for statements she made while representing the company in a government investigation.  For more information, please click here to read the Client Alert published by the White Collar Defense & Investgations, Securities Litigation and Enforcement practice group on November 29, 2010.

Qualified Retirement Plans: Year-End Compliance

Although 2010 has been dominated by new healthcare-related laws and regulations requiring significant design changes

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May 2010 Client Alerts

June 9, 2010

Authors

Jeannie Osborne

May 2010 Client Alerts

June 9, 2010

by: Jeannie Osborne

Senate Adopts Corporate Finance and Executive Compensation Provisions in Financial Reform Bill

On May 27, the Senate released the text of the financial reform bill that was passed the prior week.  The bill, known as the “Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2010” or the “Act,” would result in sweeping reforms to the financial industry.  However, it also contains a number of significant provisions that would affect corporate governance and executive compensation at public companies, as well as Regulation D private placements, whistleblowers and beneficial ownership reporting.  This Corporate Finance and Securities Bulletin outlines some of the more important provisions

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