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Latest News in Compliance

  • May 20, 2019

    Partnership Buyers, Beware IRS Withholding Proposal

    New proposed treasury regulations, which would implement the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act's income tax withholding regime for transfers of foreign partnership interests, make several significant changes to earlier IRS guidance, say attorneys at Dentons.

  • May 20, 2019

    Ex-UBS Exec Tipped Pal To Elizabeth Arden Deal, Jury Hears

    When Elizabeth Arden Inc. was looking for a potential buyer five years ago, a former UBS compliance officer with access to information about the possible acquisition was exchanging text messages with a trader friend who bought shares in the beauty products company, a London jury heard Monday.

  • May 20, 2019

    Fla. Health Agency Owner Gets 2½ Years For Medicare Fraud

    The owner of a shuttered Miami home health care agency will head to prison for two and a half years after being sentenced Monday for his role in a fraud scheme that caused Medicare to pay nearly $1 million in claims for services that were never provided.

  • May 20, 2019

    Anadarko Insider Culprits May Soon Be Outed, NY Judge Told

    Securities regulators told a Manhattan federal judge Monday that they may soon identify two traders, one possibly in an oversees British territory and one possibly in Russia, who flipped a shady $2.5 million profit on Anadarko Petroleum ahead of an acquisition bid by Chevron.

  • May 20, 2019

    Directors Must Heed SEC On Cybersecurity And Social Media

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has made clear that it expects companies to take action to avoid and remediate cybersecurity breaches, and to carefully review information disclosed via social media. But many officers and directors remain underprepared for SEC enforcement in these areas, say attorneys at Vinson & Elkins.

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