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  • Effective Communications During a Crisis | Published Articles | Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP
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    Original URL path: http://www.cahill.com/publications/published-articles/00132 (2016-02-13)
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  • CFTC Proposes New Rules Governing Automated Derivatives Trading | Firm Memoranda | Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP
    Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications News Recent News Legal News Firm News Rankings Recognition Speaking Engagements Recent Press Diversity and Inclusion Diversity and Inclusion Committee Women s Initiatives Committee Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives Community Outreach Careers Law Students Experienced Attorneys Navigation Firm Professionals Practices Publications Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications News Diversity and Inclusion Careers Contact Alumni Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications Firm Memoranda CFTC Proposes New Rules Governing Automated Derivatives Trading Date 12 10 15 On November 24 2015 the Commodity Futures Trading Commission CFTC approved a number of proposed rules intended to regulate automated derivatives trading on U S designated contract markets DCMs If enacted the rules known collectively as Regulation AT will impose a series of risk controls transparency measures and other safeguards to enhance the regulatory regime for automated trading including rules governing algorithmic order origination and routing by market participants The new rules are a response to the continuing shift from pit trading to electronic trading in U S derivatives markets and build on existing CFTC rules and a CFTC Concept Release

    Original URL path: http://www.cahill.com/publications/firm-memoranda/10130389 (2016-02-13)
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  • Is the SEC Zeroing In On Directors? | Published Articles | Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP
    Defense Publications Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications News Recent News Legal News Firm News Rankings Recognition Speaking Engagements Recent Press Diversity and Inclusion Diversity and Inclusion Committee Women s Initiatives Committee Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives Community Outreach Careers Law Students Experienced Attorneys Navigation Firm Professionals Practices Publications Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications News Diversity and Inclusion Careers Contact Alumni Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications Published Articles Is the SEC Zeroing In On Directors Published by National Association of Corporate Directors Date 11 12 15 The U S Securities and Exchange Commission SEC has renewed its focus on gatekeepers a term SEC Chair Mary Jo White uses to describe the attorneys accountants auditors fund directors and other board members and professionals who play a critical role in the securities industry and share the responsibility with regulators to protect investors Chair White views directors as the most important of the gatekeepers and has singled out audit committee members as playing an extraordinarily important role in creating a culture of compliance through their oversight of financial reporting Under her

    Original URL path: http://www.cahill.com/publications/published-articles/00131 (2016-02-13)
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  • Corporate Counseling Committee Monthly Antitrust Update Program: October 2015 | Published Articles | Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP
    Diversity and Inclusion Committee Women s Initiatives Committee Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives Community Outreach Careers Law Students Experienced Attorneys Navigation Firm Professionals Practices Publications Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications News Diversity and Inclusion Careers Contact Alumni Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications Published Articles Corporate Counseling Committee Monthly Antitrust Update Program October 2015 Date 11 09 15 Source American Bar Association In October 2015 the FTC decided not to appeal a district court s decision to deny the FTC s motion for an injunction to block Steris Corp s Steris acquisition of Synergy Health PLC Synergy and dismissed its administrative complaint The FTC focused on concerns of potential competition between the two sterilization equipment companies and alleged that absent the deal U K based Synergy would have entered the U S market for sterilization by importing X ray sterilization currently only offered in Europe Steris and Synergy argued that the acquisition was not anticompetitive because Synergy never intended to enter the sterilization market in the U S and the companies did not significantly overlap in any relevant geographic market The district court found that i

    Original URL path: http://www.cahill.com/publications/published-articles/00135 (2016-02-13)
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  • Prohibitions on Paying College Athletes For Use of Images in Video Games | Antitrust Column & Publications | Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP
    White Collar Defense Publications Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications News Recent News Legal News Firm News Rankings Recognition Speaking Engagements Recent Press Diversity and Inclusion Diversity and Inclusion Committee Women s Initiatives Committee Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives Community Outreach Careers Law Students Experienced Attorneys Navigation Firm Professionals Practices Publications Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications News Diversity and Inclusion Careers Contact Alumni Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications Antitrust Column Publications Prohibitions on Paying College Athletes For Use of Images in Video Games Date 10 29 15 Source The New York Law Journal Reprinted with permission The U S Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit decided that rules prohibiting student athletes from being paid for the use of their names images and likenesses in video games did not violate antitrust law because the amateur nature of collegiate sports increases their appeal to consumers but schools must be permitted to provide scholarships to student athletes up to the full cost of attendance A district court ruled that patent infringement settlement agreements between a brandname drug maker and generic

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  • FASB Issues Exposure Drafts on Determinations of Materiality | Firm Memoranda | Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP
    Committee Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives Community Outreach Careers Law Students Experienced Attorneys Navigation Firm Professionals Practices Publications Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications News Diversity and Inclusion Careers Contact Alumni Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications Firm Memoranda FASB Issues Exposure Drafts on Determinations of Materiality Date 10 21 15 The Financial Accounting Standards Board the

    Original URL path: http://www.cahill.com/publications/firm-memoranda/10130388 (2016-02-13)
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  • Second Circuit Applies Chevron Deference to Broaden Protections of Dodd-Frank’s Anti-Retaliation Provisions; Creates Circuit Split | Firm Memoranda | Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP
    Collar Defense Publications Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications News Recent News Legal News Firm News Rankings Recognition Speaking Engagements Recent Press Diversity and Inclusion Diversity and Inclusion Committee Women s Initiatives Committee Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives Community Outreach Careers Law Students Experienced Attorneys Navigation Firm Professionals Practices Publications Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications News Diversity and Inclusion Careers Contact Alumni Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications Firm Memoranda Second Circuit Applies Chevron Deference to Broaden Protections of Dodd Frank s Anti Retaliation Provisions Creates Circuit Split Date 09 11 15 On September 10 2015 the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit held that Section 21F of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 Exchange Act was sufficiently ambiguous to warrant Chevron deference to the Securities and Exchange Commission s SEC or Commission interpretation that Dodd Frank s whistleblower protections are available to persons who report wrongdoing internally whether or not they also report to the Commission Second Circuit Applies Chevron Deference to Broaden Protections of Dodd Frank s Anti Retaliation Provisions Creates Circuit Split pdf

    Original URL path: http://www.cahill.com/publications/firm-memoranda/10130387 (2016-02-13)
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  • Cybersecurity Developments and the Growing Role of Senior Executives and Directors | Firm Memoranda | Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP
    Litigation White Collar Defense Publications Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications News Recent News Legal News Firm News Rankings Recognition Speaking Engagements Recent Press Diversity and Inclusion Diversity and Inclusion Committee Women s Initiatives Committee Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives Community Outreach Careers Law Students Experienced Attorneys Navigation Firm Professionals Practices Publications Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications News Diversity and Inclusion Careers Contact Alumni Recent Publications Firm Memoranda Antitrust Column Publications Published Articles Sign up for Publications Firm Memoranda Cybersecurity Developments and the Growing Role of Senior Executives and Directors Date 08 31 15 From the 2013 Target Corporation breach to this year s attacks on Primera Blue Cross and American Airlines Group Inc the issue of cybersecurity has emerged at the forefront of risks to be confronted by corporations across a spectrum of industries Given the catastrophic risks and consequences that have emerged from recent cyberattacks and the litigation regulatory and enforcement trends that are driving the evolution of relevant legal standards both senior executives and directors should be proactive in their oversight and monitoring of the implementation and continued refinement of their company s

    Original URL path: http://www.cahill.com/publications/firm-memoranda/10130386 (2016-02-13)
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