Recently by Thomas McCarthy, Jr.
Stepping Up Service with Customized Tech Tools for Compliance & Investigations
An interview with Akin Gump’s Thomas McCarthy, Jaelyn Judelson and Anne Borkovic. Their remarks have been edited for length and style.
CCBJ: Akin Gump has been recognized by the Financial Times for its work in compliance and technology. What led to that recognition?
Thomas McCarthy:...Read More
Higher Walls, Lower Barriers?: Export Control Reform means promise and problems for aerospace and defense companies
The Obama administration’s plunge into wholesale reform of the export control system has been a bearish endeavor. While much has been done, much remains on the next administration’s to-do list. Thomas J. McCarthy, who heads Akin Gump’s international trade practice, discusses the...Read More
Export Control Reform Is Here: Aerospace Industry Is First, Others To Follow
On April 16, 2013, the Obama administration, through the departments of State and Commerce, issued important new rules as part of its Export Control Reform (ECR) initiative. These rules, which are the first in a series of new State and Commerce regulations expected in the coming months, become...Read More
Roundtable: Compliance and Litigation Issues As Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Enforcement Is On The Rise
Editor: Ed, please kick off the discussion. Rubinoff : Wynn and I are regulatory compliance lawyers, and Paul and Tom are white collar litigators. Mark's areas include investigations, cross-border litigation, reputational recovery, and white collar defense. We have a multi-disciplinary, cross-...Read More
Proposed Expansion Of Deemed Export Restrictions On Outsourcing, Employment And Access To U.S. Technology By Foreign Nationals
On March 28, 2005, the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) at the U.S. Department of Commerce (Commerce) issued an "Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking" (Notice) to expand provisions in the U.S. Export Administration Regulations (EAR) governing the transfer of...Read More