Publications July 27, 2017

Michael Kim Discusses Anti-Money Laundering Concerns for Companies in South Korea

Firm co-founder Michael Kim, a Seoul-based former U.S. Department of Justice prosecutor, discusses the importance of anti-money laundering measures for companies in Korea.

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Publications July 10, 2017

John Han and Jason Kang Discuss Using U.S. Discovery for Proceedings in Asia

Hong Kong-based disputes lawyers John Han and Jason Kang discuss ways for litigants in foreign proceedings to use Section 1782 applications to obtain documents and testimony from third parties in the U.S.

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Publications June 29, 2017

Cross-Border Team Offers Strategies for U.S. Law Firms Facing Discovery Of Foreign Clients' Records

Steven Kobre and John Han offer strategies for mitigating risk when handling foreign clients' records across borders.

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Publications June 28, 2017

As Cryptocurrency ICOs Surge in Popularity, David McGill and Benjamin Sauter Analyze the Role of U.S. Regulators

Benjamin Sauter and David McGill, who represent clients in trading disputes and other matters involving complex financial technologies and government enforcement actions, offer answers on the viability of crypocurrency, the future of the digital currency market, and potential avenues for government regulation. 

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Publications June 22, 2017

Roger Burlingame, Jason Masimore and Nathaniel Barber Author Chapter on Securities Regulation and Investigations Across EMEA

Government enforcement defense lawyers Roger Burlingame, Jason Masimore and Nathaniel Barber address in a recent chapter of Global Investigations Review's The European, Middle Eastern and African Investigations Review 2017 how the securities enforcement agencies have pushed new frontiers since the beginning of this year, breaking new ground in their quest to aggressively detect and stop violations around the globe, including across EMEA.

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Publications June 9, 2017

Global Asset Tracing and Recovery Team Examines Whether the EU Has Made Cross-Border Asset Preservation Easier

Members of our international judgment enforcement team explore the implications of the European Account Preservation Order on litigants.

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Publications June 7, 2017

Former U.S. Department of Justice Prosecutors Explore U.S. Regulation’s Impact on Israeli Companies

Given Israel’s increasingly outward-facing economy, Israeli companies and management personnel face increasing exposure to U.S. regulatory and prosecutorial oversight. 

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Publications June 2, 2017

Hong Kong-U.S. Team Analyzes the Rise in Cross-Territorial Government Enforcement Actions Between U.S. and China

New York and Hong Kong-based former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission branch chief William F. McGovern, along with Hong Kong-based lawyers Shaun Z. Wu and Nan Wang, analyzes recent U.S. enforcement actions in China and implications for multinational companies in a recent Westlaw Journal article. 

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Publications May 31, 2017

John Han and Beau Barnes Identify U.S. Discovery as Key Tool in Hong Kong Cases

Under a little-known U.S. law, parties to proceedings in Hong Kong can take discovery in the US for use in a Hong Kong case. 

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Publications May 30, 2017

Global Insolvency Team Offers Strategies for Overcoming Jurisdictional Roadblocks in Cross-Border Involvencies and Investigations

Multijurisdictional insolvencies have been on the rise in recent years, and with claims against directors and officers also becoming more common, overcoming jurisdictional and foreign law hurdles are key to effectively recovering against directors of companies in cross-border insolvencies. 

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Publications May 30, 2017

Insolvency Lawyer D. Farrington Yates Dissects Industry Trends and the Shifting Landscape for Insolvency Practitioners

D. Farrington Yates offers an analysis of the keynote address at the INSOL 2017 Tenth World Congress, citing the need for directors to carefully balance competing stakeholder interests and embrace a changing global landscape.

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Publications May 11, 2017

UK-Based Former U.S. DOJ Prosecutor Examines Cross-Border Privilege

U.S. lawyers conducting internal investigations in the UK should beware that the attorney-client privilege protections they enjoy in the U.S. may not apply in the UK.

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Publications March 24, 2017

Former U.S. DOJ Prosecutor Jason Masimore Shares Tips for Navigating U.S.-European White-Collar Investigations

London-based former U.S. Department of Justice prosecutor Jason Masimore discusses the distinct approaches regulators in different jurisdictions take regarding whistleblowing, nonprosecution agreements and internal investigations in a recent Global Risk Regulator article.

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Publications January 31, 2017

Former U.S. Federal Prosecutor Vasu Muthyala Analyzes the Anti-Corruption Landscape in India

India is the world’s third-largest economy and has become increasingly welcoming for foreign investors and multinational corporations in recent years.

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