On January 15, 2016, the CFPB Office of Enforcement asserted that claims pursued in administrative enforcement actions are not subject to the three-year statute of limitations set forth in the Consumer Financial Protection Act, signaling that the agency is willing to target long-ago violations when seeking restitution and penalties.
Are “electronic document” provisions appearing in your commercial loan documents? This is the second in a series examining two provisions recently reviewed by me in commercial real estate transactions.
Those famous words of the immortal Yogi Berra hold true when it comes to the SEC exam priorities for 2016.
After the Supreme Court issued its decision last week in Campbell-Ewald Co. v. Gomez (here), in at least some quarters the story about the decision spread under the heading that the Court had issued an important Telephone Consumer Protection Act ruling.
Cornerstone Research: U.S.-Listed Companies’ Securities Suit Susceptibility at Record High Levels in 2015
Not only were securities class action lawsuit filings in 2015 at their highest levels since 2008, but the likelihood that a U.S.-listed company would get hit with a securities suit was at the highest level at any time since the PSLRA was enacted, according to the latest annual report from Cornerstone Research.
We’ve spent a few episodes talking about insider trading when the trader owes a fiduciary duty to the company whose securities are being traded.
Companies and industry groups have been working for over 3 years on investigation and due diligence processes to determine the source and chain of custody of the tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold (3TG) in their products.
Fiat Chrysler cars were the only vehicles subject to a cyber-security flaw that allowed “white hat” hackers to take control of a Jeep last July, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Judge Koeltl: Movie Studio Had No Duty to Disclose “Wells” Notices Regarding Control Fight with Carl Icahn
In an opinion Friday, Judge Koeltl dismissed a shareholder class action against the movie studio Lions Gate.
This January 18th video depicts three 250 pound GBU-39 bombs dropped by B-1 or F-18 aircraft, in rapid succession on the same spot of the roof of an ISIS cash depot near Mosul, Iraq.