Third party agents and consultants present some of the most dangerous pitfalls for companies looking to minimize their FCPA and anti-corruption risk.
As businesses continue to invest in technology, the amount and variety of information they maintain in electronic form grows in exponential quantities.
The Communications Decency Act of 1996 (CDA) was enacted to regulate online speech, and in particular, to protect minors from “patently offensive,” “obscene,” and “indecent” content on the Internet.
E-discovery: GCs must consider the obligation to preserve electronic documents maintained by third parties
The court next found that the plaintiff had a culpable state of mind sufficient to enter sanctions because the plaintiff knew early on that litigation was likely, or at least anticipated.