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Insight 24 February 2016

Is Iran open for business?

A possibility for some, but not without challenges

Stuart Grider

Stuart Grider

Partner

Anahita Thoms

Anahita Thoms

Counsel

Insight 24 February 2016

What else is new? New opportunities bring new risks

New opportunities for business with Iran are balanced by ongoing compliance challenges

Stuart Grider

Stuart Grider

Partner

Stephanie Brown Cripps

Stephanie Brown Cripps

Senior associate

Insight 18 February 2016

George Mason Law Review: 19th Annual Antitrust Symposium on Antitrust in an Interconnected World

For more information on this event, click here.

Insight 11 February 2016

Holding on to your cyber hat

US government cyber sanctions aim to keep US national interests and the US business community safe from cyber threats

Anahita Thoms

Anahita Thoms

Counsel

Emily B. Holland

Emily Holland

Associate

Insight 05 January 2016

Get your head out of the “cloud” when protecting client data

Dana Post and Jonathan Elsner discuss lawyers’ ethical obligations to protect client data

Insight 23 October 2015

Derivatives litigation

Marshall Fishman addresses derivatives litigation in his chapter in Commercial Litigation in New York State Courts, 4th Edition

Insight 08 October 2015

Between a rock and a hard place: US investigations and the EU data privacy regime

In a recent article, Anahita Thoms details the “complex interplay” between US regulatory investigations and EU data protection laws

Anahita Thoms

Anahita Thoms

Counsel

Insight 07 October 2015

Dana Post and Samuel Rubin discuss duties of parties and non-parties to litigation regarding document preservation

In their recent New York Law Journal article, “Evidence Preservation Failures of Nonparties: Is There Any Recourse?” Dana Post and Samuel Rubin help both parties and non-parties to litigation understand the scope of a non-parties’ obligations to preserve documents.

Insight 06 October 2015

Trends in anti-corruption enforcement in Latin America

In their chapter in the 2016 edition of Global Investigations Review, Benito Romano and Joseph Gallagher discuss trends in anti-corruption enforcement in Latin America.

Benito Romano

Benito Romano

Partner

Insight 05 October 2015

Adam Siegel speaks on the “The ins and outs of China investigations”

US managing partner and co-head of the firm’s global investigations practice Adam Siegel addresses “The ins and outs of China investigations” at the 2nd Annual GIR Live New York

Adam Siegel

Adam Siegel

Partner

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