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Millions of people have quit their jobs this year. Leaving workplaces in record-high numbers, employees are forging new paths, reimagining what work means to them and leveraging the ongoing talent wars in search of promotions and better pay. This societal shift in the way people value and commit to their jobs carries numerous implications for organizations. Business leaders are scrambling to refresh and reinvest in programs that will fill open jobs and bring stability back to their workforces. These are necessary adjustments. However we need to include the additional impact it’s set to have on corporate risk, compliance, security and investigations into the conversation.
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By Robert J. Anello and Richard F. Albert
By undoing some of the higher profile policy changes of the prior administration that many perceived as business-friendly, the current administration has served notice on the business and financial community of a return to practices characteristic of a more aggressive enforcement regime.
By Nola B. Heller and Samson Enzer
This article discusses the potential criminal and civil penalties that companies can face if their employees engage in insider trading in digital assets, and suggests several measures that exchanges can take to reduce their exposure from such risks.
By David Saunders and Julian L. André
The past 12 months have seen a steady drumbeat of action by federal law enforcement and regulatory agencies of which in-house counsel should take note. Whether new guidance, regulation, investigations, or enforcement activity, the message is clear: The federal government is paying close attention to how companies are handling and protecting their data — especially consumer and sensitive data.
By Harry Sandick and George Fleming
This article discusses the importance of the “official act” requirement established in McDonnell v. United States, and how its logic should lead to a parallel requirement that private citizens should not be chargeable with the commission of official acts as part of a scheme to deprive the public of honest services.