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U.S. CFTC Enforcement: Key Compliance Takeaways From 2016
In 2016, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission brought several significant enforcement actions involving computerized robo-advisors, recordkeeping and reporting requirements, insider trading, spoofing, market manipulation, and employee liability. Many of these cases included novel theories and new interpretations of existing laws and regulations.
United States
14 Jan 2017
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How CFTC's Aggressive Enforcement in 2016 Could Mold Compliance Efforts in 2017
U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission ("CFTC") shook things up in 2016 with new theories and fresh interpretations of the law.
United States
14 Jan 2017
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Ripple Labs Fined $700,000 Over Bank Secrecy Act Violations: Lessons Learned From FinCEN's First Civil Enforcement Action Against A Virtual Currency Exchange
On May 5, 2015, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network fined Ripple Labs Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary XRP Fund II LLC $700,000 for violations of the Bank Secrecy Act.
United States
2 Jun 2015
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Second Circuit Reverses Major Insider Trading Convictions (Or Preet Bharara's Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day)
In a widely anticipated decision, the Second Circuit on Wednesday clarified the standard for insider trading actions against tippees, downstream recipients of inside information who trade on that information.
United States
12 Dec 2014
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Spreading Holiday Cheer: A Reminder To Ensure Goodwill Gestures Do Not Backfire
Although a gift may fit within the parameters of what a government official is allowed to accept, the contractor’s intent in providing the gift may still be in violation of the laws that govern a contractor’s ability to give gifts.
United States
8 Dec 2006
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Balancing Reliance on Third-Party Intermediaries with the Need for Internal Compliance
While the flow of modern international business is greatly aided by the involvement of customs brokers, freight forwarders, sales agents, foreign distributors, and other third-party intermediaries, a company cannot rely on these outside parties to meet its obligations under the growing web of International Regulatory obligations. Recent enforcement cases in each of these areas have demonstrated that companies walk a fine line when working with these third-party intermediaries: on one hand, the i
United States
6 Apr 2006
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Focus on Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Enforcement
Although there has been a "changing of the guard in the Fraud Section of the Criminal Division of United States Department of Justice, the following survey of cases indicates that Foreign Corrupt Practices Act cases remain a high priority.
United States
12 Aug 2005
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