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In this episode, Richard Lummis and I are back to look at leadership lessons from one of the all-time boxing movies, Rocky. Highlights of this podcast include: 1. What are their favorites scenes from the movie?

In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News: 1. Glencore CEO – “I know nothing.” (Bloomberg) 2. Project Veritas loses to Stanford. (Reuters) 3. Dechert spanked for ENRC damages. (MLex) (sub req’d) 4. Musk says it is Twitter who committed fraud. (NYT)...

Following the announcement DOJ/SEC enforcement actions alleged insider trading against a former Coinbase employee, many cried foul at the perceived "regulation by enforcement." The SEC Complaint, alleged – for the first time – that certain Ethereum-based cryptocurrency tokens were securities.

Company Fired 15-Year Employee Because of Cancer History, Federal Agency Charged - PHILADELPHIA – Gas Field Specialists, Inc.

As my Mintz colleague, Peter Saparoff, suggested a few years back, Section 18 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, "while seldom used in the past, has been increasingly used by institutional investors in suits against banks and other entities." In the article linked, Peter noted some of the a

Senators Schumer and Manchin announce a bill that includes drug pricing and an extension of the advance premium tax credits, the amount individuals pay for monthly health insurance premiums when they buy health insurance on the Marketplace....

A recent Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals case highlights the importance of defendants actively participating in lawsuits even when named as a seemingly nominal defendant....
By: Kohrman Jackson & Krantz LLP

Last month, Governor Mike DeWine signed Senate Bill 246, authorizing Ohio pass-through entities (PTE), including S corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies taxed for federal income tax purposes as partnerships, to elect to pay a PTE level tax as a workaround to the $10,000 ($5,0

USCIS recently announced the extension of two initiatives that allow for flexibility for employers, which are particularly helpful given delays in USCIS processing and for employers with remote work arrangements. 60-Day Extension for RFEs and Similar Responses.

The Alabama Department of Environmental Management (“ADEM”) and Olin Chemical Corporation (“Olin”) entered into a Consent Order (“CO”) addressing alleged violations of the Alabama Air Code. See Consent Order No. 22-XXX-CAP.

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