Some of the world’s largest technology companies have backed a Facebook case against a gagging order that prevents it from alerting its customers of a US law enforcement warrant for their data.
"How Has It Been A Year After Its Commencement? - Revisiting FRCP and Dredging Its Major Impacts on eDiscovery", Webinar, The Knowledge Group
Ted Krebsbach comments on his role in landmark Supreme Court Shearson/American Express v. McMahon ruling as Securities Arbitration Commentator looks back 30 years later.
A Utah broker-dealer failed to report suspicious transactions to federal regulators, the Securities and Exchange Commission said June 5 ( SEC v. Alpine Securities Corp. , S.D.N.Y., 7:17-cv-04179, 6/5/17 ).
Murphy & McGonigle, P.C., a leading provider of legal services to the financial services industry, is pleased to announce the relocation of its Washington office to 1001 G Street, NW in Washington. The firm is moving to a larger office space with state-of-the-art technology to accommodate the growth of its Washington practice.
When can a company’s silence support a Rule 10b-5 claim? The U.S. Supreme Court will consider that question next term in Leidos Inc. v. Indiana Public Retirement System. The case is generating buzz because it could expand the universe of omissions actionable under the judicially created private right of action for securities fraud.