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October 17, 2018, International Financial Law Review

Michael Nonaka is quoted in International Financial Law Review regarding the potential modernization of the Community Reinvestment Act of 1977. Mr. Nonaka says, “It’s important to make sure that with new innovative technologies and people using smartphones and the internet to connect with banks, that all those services are tracked for purposes of CRA premise. ...

October 12, 2018, The Recorder

The Recorder featured the move of the firm's Silicon Valley office and its tenth anniversary and called Covington "the high-powered firm known for its connection in the nation's capital." The article quotes Emily Leonard, the managing partner of the firm's Palo Alto office and Tom DeFilipps, head of the firm's California Corporate practice.   Ms. Leonard says, ...

October 8, 2018, FCPA Flash

Daniel Suleiman sat down with the “FCPA Professor” for a podcast discussing the lifecycle of  FCPA investigations and what companies need to know about them.

October 5, 2018, Law360

Randy Benjenk is quoted in Law360 regarding the uncertainty surrounding how many fintech firms will apply for special-purpose charters from the OCC. Mr. Benjenk says, “The question is whether the benefits of the charter will outweigh its burdens and the risks involved. I think you’ll see some fintechs conclude that, if they’re going to be regulated like a bank, ...

September 28, 2018, San Francisco Daily Journal

Simon Frankel participated in a conference called “Righting a Wrong: The Future of Nazi Looted Art” and is quoted in the San Francisco Daily Journal. Mr. Frankel says, “A museum faced with a restitution claim to a daily accessioned work cannot restitute the work unless it determines that the claim is well-founded.” He adds, “The institution must reasonably ...