• Features

    The Growing Convergence of Cyber-Related Crime and Suspicious Activity Reporting

    Marjorie J. Peerce and Kevin Leitão

    Regulators and law enforcement are taking proactive steps to further leverage anti–money-laundering monitoring and reporting tools in their battle with cyber attacks and cyber crimes. In-house legal and compliance teams need to be fully versed in the latest FinCEN and bank regulatory guidance on cyber-related crimes and have the right professionals available to assist them with these matters.

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  • Features

    Corporate FCPA Enforcement in the Era of Trump

    Robert J. Anello and Peter Janowski

    Same Old, Same Old

    Part One of a Two-Part Article

    Based on President Trump's remarks as a candidate, one might anticipate a marked drop-off in FCPA enforcement. Other evidence, however, convincingly suggests the trend of increased international cooperation and direction of enforcement resources in the FCPA arena is likely to continue.

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  • Features

    A 'Loss' Under the CFAA Does Not Require Interruption of Service

    Richard Raysman and Peter Brown

    What Federal Appellate Courts Agree Upon with Regard to the CFAA

    Under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), 18 U.S.C. § 1030, which was originally enacted in 1984 to address "computer crime," the success of CFAA claims can sometimes ride on whether "authorization" connotes restrictions only on the access to information, and not restrictions on its use. This article focuses on what federal appellate courts agree upon with regard to the text of the CFAA.

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  • Columns & Departments

    In the Courts

    Discussion of a ruling in which the Third Circuit Third affirmed the conviction and 42-month sentence of a man convicted in a PA bribery case.

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  • Columns & Departments

    Business Crimes Hotline

    Analysis of a major penalty against a Chinese telecom company.

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