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Facing an exodus of diplomatic talent, the United Kingdom simply won’t have the brainpower and expertise to navigate its numerous post-Brexit challenges, Paul Hodgson writes.
The Trump administration might not follow the Republican playbook when it comes to scaling back enforcement across the board, writes Todd Cipperman.
Trump’s election, Brexit, and failed trade agreements herald a new era of protectionism, but only strong regulations can deal with data protection and tax evasion, writes Nick Henderson.
Flint’s lead-poisoned water is more than just a technical failure, writes Jaclyn Jaeger. It’s a systemic governmental failure with leadership as toxic as Flint’s water itself.
A troubling sign of things to come: U.S. cities are finding a way to leverage SEC rules to boost tax rates. Joe Mont reports.
It ain’t easy being Santa. A rulemaking petition filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission could change that, reports Joe Mont.
If you really want to make the most out of your compliance program, then you’re going to need to build a close partnership with your human resources department. Joel Katz explains why.
The SEC’s back-to-back settlements with BlueLinx and Health Net send a clear message to any company looking to sneak anti-whistleblower clauses into employee confidentiality agreements: Don’t.
When the leaders of some of the world’s largest commercial institutions are arguing for more regulation rather than less, it’s clear something is afoot.
As the SEC seeks to eliminate anti-whistleblowing clauses in employee confidentiality agreements, it offers both SEC enforcement and the DTSA to get what it wants.
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