Month: March 2008

FCPA: The New SEC and DOJ Enforcement Priority – Part X, Pending Cases and Conclusion

Significant pending cases There docket for this year contains significant and high profile FCPA cases which are heading for trial. One of these cases is the sixteen-count indictment against U.S. Congressman William Jefferson. U.S. v. Jefferson, 07-00209 (E.D Va. Filed

This Week In Securities Litigation (March 28, 2008 edition): The Subprime Crisis, More FCPA Cases and Procedural Walls at Investment Banks, A New Study

This week, turmoil continued in the credit markets as the New Century Trustee released a comprehensive report on lending activities at the giant subprime lender, disclosing shoddy lending and accounting practices. At the same time, the SEC and DOJ continued