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November 13, 2018, Washington Post

Mark Lynch is quoted in the Washington Post about his representation of Robert Sherrill, a journalist who successfully sued the White House to re-obtain his press credential in 1977. Mr. Lynch said that the critical finding in Sherrill v. Knight was, given the  "important First Amendment rights implicated by refusal to grant White House press passes to bona fide ...

November 13, 2018, CNBC

Robert Kelner is quoted in CNBC regarding Democrats plans to scrutinize publicly-traded and consumer-facing companies more closely. Mr. Kelner said Democrats have sent roughly 100 letters during the past two years to companies in four main sectors: pharmaceuticals, tech, energy and financial services. He has told clients, “Prepare, prepare, prepare. Don't wait ...

November 9, 2018, Bloomberg

Robert Kelner is quoted by Bloomberg about how law firms are preparing clients for a potential increase in congressional investigations now that Democrats have assumed the majority in the House of Representatives. Mr. Kelner said, “A congressional investigation is like a nine-alarm fire, and really essentially brings the company to a stop until the crisis has ...

November 8, 2018, Corporate Crime Reporter

Gerald Hodgkins is featured in an interview with Corporate Crime Reporter regarding the SEC proposal to limit the size of whistleblower awards. Under current SEC rules, whistleblowers are entitled to an award of ten to thirty percent of the recovery. The securities industry is now pushing to limit the size of SEC whistleblower awards. Under a proposed SEC rule, ...

November 7, 2018, Law360

Donald Murray is quoted in Law360 regarding the effect of the 2018 midterm elections on capital markets. Mr. Murray said he spent the past few days discussing the election with bankers, noting that the outcome was anticipated. He adds, “It seems to be full speed ahead for capital markets deals. The pipeline is strong; it seems to continue growing. To my ...

November 7, 2018, Law360

John Veroneau is quoted in Law360 regarding whether Democrats in the House of Representatives will support the Administration’s new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, which includes a tightening of the agreement’s automotive rules of origin and a tethering of automotive tariff benefits to a $16 minimum wage. Mr. Veroneau says, “While the agreement includes much of ...

November 6, 2018, Corporate Counsel

Gerald Hodgkins is quoted in Corporate Counsel regarding the SEC’s annual enforcement report. Reflecting on the data, Mr. Hodgkins says, “You’re seeing more cases that are really honed in on the operating metrics and financial goals of the company. These newer cases are focused on particular operating goals, operating metrics. It has increasing emphasis by the ...

November 5, 2018, Legaltech News

Lee Tiedrich spoke with Legaltech News regarding a recent survey on the legal and regulatory risks of artificial intelligence. Ms. Tiedrich suggested clients take a global perspective when assessing what laws are relevant to a particular AI program. She notes that artificial intelligence is not limited to a single jurisdiction, and clients should seek advice on ...

November 3, 2018, The New York Times

Gerald Hodgkins is quoted in The New York Times regarding SEC enforcement activity during the first 20 months of the current Administration. Mr. Hodgkins says there was an uptick in enforcement in 2018 against fraudulent stock offerings and investment advisers accused of lying and stealing. At the same time, the SEC brought fewer market manipulation cases, which ...