This article is the first in a series of four primers on the key legal regimes incentivizing and protecting whistleblowers who report fraud: the False Claims Act (FCA) and the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC), Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) whistleblower programs.
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The False Claims Act (FCA) has long been a powerful tool for the federal government to generate large […]
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Broker-dealers take heed: Benjamin McCoy (LAW ’12) and colleagues provide an overview of the touchstone recordkeeping requirements
SEC wields its new enforcement weapon under the Bank Secrecy Act, notes Peter D. Hardy and colleagues
Technology-focused investigations are in the CFTC’s future, predicts Peter Isajiw (LAW ’02) and colleagues
Leonard A. Bernstein (LAW ‘83) and colleagues discuss the CFPB and the utilization of alternative data to develop credit scores
Laura Schmidt (LAW ’14) and Jay Shapiro highlight how New York’s proposed cybersecurity regulations balance minimum standards with industry concerns.
A new type of warfare is upon us. In this new mode of war, finance is the most […]