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Kevin M. LaCroix
Lehman Underwriters Agree to $417 Million Securities Suit Settlement

With the addition of a $417 million settlement involving Lehman Brothers' offering underwriters, the pending settlements in the Lehman Brothers securities class action lawsuit now total $507 million. Nate Raymond's December 6, 2011 Am Law Litigation...

Corporate and Securities Law Community Staff
LexisNexis Corporate & Commercial Insights: Francis Pileggi and Kevin Brady Discuss Top Delaware Court of Chancery Corporate/Business Rulings of 2011

On this episode, Francis G.X. Pileggi of Eckert Seamans and Kevin Brady of Connolly, Bove, Lodge & Hutz discuss their choices for the top two corporate/business rulings from the Delaware Court of Chancery for 2011. Francis discusses the Southern Peru...

Howard Sklar & Thomas Fox
This Week in FCPA Episode #24, plus the FCPA Professor on a Compliance Defense

The first section-about half the show-we spend on the Lindsey case. I end up on a bit of a rant. We have a breakout session on the Compliance Defense with none other than the esteemed FCPA Professor, Mike Koehler. Agree with him or no, there's no...

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Corporate and Securities Law Community Staff
Key Congressional Leaders Introduce Legislation to Protect the Privacy of Consumer Online and Offline Information

by Frank Buono, Pamela Strauss, Barbara Block and Melissa Troiano and Marc J. Lederer Leading congressional proponents of strong privacy protections for consumers' personal information have introduced legislation that advances the debate in Congress...

Thomas Fox
Is Water Wet or is Jack Webb Still ‘The Man’?

I am often asked where I come up with my ideas for blog postings. I respond that there are innumerable sources and resources in the compliance arena, in some ways perhaps too many. Today I will attempt to integrate three of these resources into one...

Thomas O. Gorman
Jury Verdict Against Lindsey Defendants on FCPA Charges Dismissed

In an extraordinary ruling, Judge Howard Matz concluded that "the Court throws out the convictions of Defendants Lindsey Manufacturing Company, Keith E. Lindsey and Steve K. Lee and dismissed the First Superseding Indictment." This ruling...