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DOJ Takes Aim at Individuals: A quest to uncover violations of criminal law that purportedly occurred during the 2007-2008 financial crisis

Notwithstanding the recent series of record-breaking settlements between the Department of Justice (DOJ) and many of the world’s largest financial institutions[1], the DOJ has now set its sights on investigating individuals – pursuant to a civil statute – in a quest to uncover...

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Through the Financial Regulation Looking Glass: Avoiding missteps, real or imagined, is no easy task when every move is hawked by a dizzying array of agencies

Financial institutions face tremendous scrutiny from the whole host of regulatory bodies that claim some authority over their services and operations. Jayant W. Tambe, co-head of Jones Day’s Financial Institutions Litigation & Regulation practice, and C. Hunter Wiggins, a former Principal...

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Avoiding International Taxation Pitfalls: Transfer pricing has emerged as a key component of overall business strategy. Is it part of yours?

The long established prior understanding of transfer pricing is in the midst of a global revolution. As discussed below, transfer pricing is no longer just a tax compliance matter for larger multinationals but has far-reaching implications for any cross-border transactions between related parties....

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