11.04.14 | Articles
Corporations and Risks of Mandatory Disclosures to the Government
New York Law Journal
One of the axioms of white-collar practice today is that companies, especially public companies, do not litigate against criminal and civil enforcement authorities, except in rare circumstances. In this article, we discuss two trends that may make the already constrained position of companies even more difficult in terms of increased exposure to liability and reduced opportunities to mitigate the terms of settlement.
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