A charge of insider trading can have serious criminal and civil consequences for the accused. In fact, frequently, the accused will face parallel investigations by both the U.S. Attorney’s Office and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. In addition, local state authorities are increasingly pursuing securities fraud prosecutions, including insider trading cases. A knowledgeable defense attorney can make a difference in an insider trading case. This article will review both the legal aspects of an insider trading case as well as the techniques investigators use to uncover and investigate insider trading. Read Robert Heim's full article.
On September 20, 2021, the Biden administration announced that it would be relaxing its restrictions on the entry of foreign nationals to the United States commencing in November 2021.
One of the many lasting impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic is the lengthy tolling of statutes of limitations and legal deadlines.
As previously reported, under the New York State Health and Essential Rights Act (HERO Act) (which was signed into law on May 5, 2021), the New York State Department of Labor (DOL), in cooperation with the New York State Department of Health, published The Airborne Infectious Disease Exposure Prevention Standard (Standard) on July 6, 2021.[1