Month: August 2008

This Week In Securities Litigation (August 29, 2008)

This week, the Department of Justice revamped the McNulty memo on cooperation and privilege waivers in criminal prosecutions in an effort to stave off congressional action on the passage of the Attorney Client Protection Act of 2008. As Deputy Attorney

A Settled FCPA Case Cautions All Issuers About Business Partners

The settled FCPA actions filed yesterday by the SEC should serve as a clear warning to issuers regarding the necessity for FCPA compliance programs and for strong controls not just at the company, but with regard to transactions with business