This piece is designed to enlighten potential whistleblowers on their journey to unveiling cyber fraud, discussing the FCA, key cybersecurity standards, and strategic advice.
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By carefully considering available exit strategies and analyzing the situation of each portfolio company, private equity funds can optimize their outcomes.
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This article explores key provisions of Simple Agreements for Future Equity (SAFEs), advantages compared to other financing instruments, and pitfalls to avoid.
This article identifies how ambiguity in the 340B statute limits HHS's authority to achieve program goals, emphasized by a recent Third Circuit decision.
Understand the proposed rule setting quality control standards for automated valuation models, including which entities would be covered by which agencies.
Nonprofits face legal risks in ESG initiatives that can differ from for-profit companies’. This article discusses the primary risks and tips for mitigation.
These data privacy laws generally impose similar obligations to other states’ laws, but there are key distinctions that can significantly affect businesses.
Identifying the ways AI is affecting low-income people is important for ensuring the Rule of Law. Pitch in by taking a new survey designed to do just that.
The court's rejection of Djibouti’s arguments reinforces the principles of finality of arbitral awards and deference to them under the New York Convention.
Regulatory developments in recent years have clarified how lenders can heighten credit access for underserved groups through Special Purpose Credit Programs.
In light of recent bank failures, this article explores unimplemented aspects of Dodd-Frank and how they suggest potential targeted policy responses.