1. It once may have been possible to refuse to meaningfully engage with an activist stockholder based merely on the activists status as such, but that day has passed. Over time, institutional investors increasingly have come to view activism as more mainstream, and have developed an expectation that boards and management will seek “constructive engagement” with activists

    — Navigating Today’s Shareholder Activism Landscape: What Companies Should Consider

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  3. International Tax Compliance Update: IRS Hints at Coming Changes for Certain OVDP Filers

  4. Bitcoins Do Not Require FBAR Filing

  5. Establishing Personal Jurisdiction Over Foreign Corporations in ANDA Cases

  6. DOJ Secures Verdict in Excess of $2 Million for Failure to File FBARs

  7. Another Week, Another Insider Trading Trial Loss For the SEC

  8. Criminal Procedure in Game of Thrones.
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    Criminal Procedure in Game of Thrones.

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  9. Ghana – A Further Push for Transparency in the Petroleum Sector

  10. The SEC Prevails in the Second Circuit in Defending Its No-Admission Settlement Policy

  11. No KIIDing - Hefty Fine from UK Regulator Underlines Importance of Compliance by UCITS

  12. Credit Suisse Pleads Guilty to DOJ Charge of Conspiracy to Aid Tax Evasion; FRB and NYDFS Take Related Actions

  13. Getting An $800,000 Assist From The Government: Referring Trade Secret Theft For Criminal Prosecution Pays Off

  14. One person’s gift, another person’s bribe: The challenge of giving gifts in China

  15. A Compilation of Enforcement and Non-Enforcement Actions