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Insurance

Courts Favor Crime Coverage of Email Hacks – For Now

Courts weigh in on whether crime insurance policies should cover losses due to business email compromises – and insurance companies move to adapt.

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Department of Justice (DOJ)

DOJ Policy Shift Returns Discretion to Prosecutors

Christina Egan and Brandon Santos, partners with McGuireWoods, discuss the Department of Justice’s recent changes to the Yates memo, and what the updated policy means for companies under investigation for corporate wrongdoing.

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Corporate Governance

Drafters, Nota Bene: A Review of Recent Changes in New Jersey Corporate Law with Drafting Implications

In 2018, the New Jersey State Legislature enacted significant changes to corporate law that, in the aggregate, mirror Delaware corporate law in relevant areas and were intended to make New Jersey a more competitive, business-friendly landscape. In 2019, we can expect to see the effects of those changes, with legal practitioners and their corporate clients increasingly taking advantage of the revisions...

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