Thought leaders from around the world contribute their perspectives on landmark cases, new legislation, and legal perspectives on new technologies, business practices, and civil procedure.
Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Preparation and Filing of Sensitive Tax and Information Returns, and the Practitioner’s Dilemma
Richard J. Sapinski
Richard J. Sapinski and Eric L. Green discuss defending someone under investigation in a criminal tax case and examine how these cases can get complicated by “sensitive tax returns.
Christopher L. Thomas
Worksite enforcement is likely to take center stage in 2018.
“If this is the law, nobody is safe.”
A Q&A with Advisory Board member Panayotis Bernitsas at Bernitsas Law.
Michelle V. Rafter
Judge Shira A. Scheindlin means it when she says social media is “totally disrupting the court system.”
Violeta Saranciuc and Cosmin Vasile
This is how it may affect your ongoing dispute.
A court in Brazil temporarily blocked access to WhatsApp on the basis that its owner had shown “total disrespect for Brazilian laws." What happens now?
Attorneys from across the world consider what the future holds for businesses and individuals with foreign holdings and investments.
Jeffrey E. Stone, John Huang, and Michelle Gon
Turning risk into opportunity.
The primary question will likely come down to whether or not cell phone data and location records are protected interests under the Fourth Amendment.
Matthew G. Kaiser
The United States government has not been shy about bringing criminal cases in the United States based on conduct that happened abroad.
Is it a problem to use an app on your phone, such as TapeACall or Automatic Call Recorder, to record a call?
Victor Jimenez Carbayo
Four issues must be fulfilled: a legal person can be punished for the crime, the individual who has committed the crime is a member of the organization, the corporation directly or indirectly benefits, and the corporation has not implemented any measures to prevent the commission of the crime.
Arguedas, Cassman & Headley
Cris Arguedas on defending the accused.
In these post-conviction cases, we look for Constitutional violations that deprived the defendant of a fair trial and undermined confidence in the outcome.
Alexander Minin discusses his tax practice at the 2019 "Law Firm of the Year" winning firm.
On April 19, 2017, after a two-week trial, a federal jury unanimously acquitted Revolutions Medical Corporation (RMCP) CEO Rondald Wheet on all three counts of securities fraud and false filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Valuable insights into how DOJ is thinking about compliance programs
José Vinícius Bicalho
Mike Androvett, Mark Annick, & Mary Flood
During a company crisis, you need to be forthcoming. But you also need to tailor your message to a range of different stakeholders.
Donald C. Bluedorn II
Practical points for lawyers (and others).
Garry L. Davis, Jr.
The justification is that it was an overreach of executive authority by President Obama and an illegal amnesty.
Martha J. Schoonover
The recent raids of dozens of 7-Eleven stores by U.S. immigration agents and the corresponding arrest of 21 individuals for immigration-related violations were widely covered as the largest immigrant enforcement crackdown undertaken by the Trump administration to date.
Meredith Aldridge, Colleen Welch, and Alicia Hall
Forty-five years of progress with Title IX.
Eight years after the financial crisis, aftereffects continue to ripple through the financial sector.
Kathleen Campbell Walker
Stove-piped legal representation is not advisable (e.g., only focusing on one agency segment or one portion of a filing process).
The Lloreda Camacho & Co. attorney discusses the firm's 2019 “Law Firm of the Year” award for Intellectual Property Law.