Corporate Compliance

National Pulse

Chinese companies doing business in the US build barriers to legal remedies

Corporate Law

Fired general counsel can target individual directors in whistleblower suit, federal judge rules

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court to consider whether RICO reaches acts committed overseas

Corporate Law

GM will pay $900M to end US criminal probe over ignition-switch issues

White-Collar Crime

Justice Department releases guidelines to foster pursuit of individuals in corporate wrongdoing

Labor & Employment

NLRB ruling affecting franchise and contract workers follows other pro-worker actions

Corporate Law

Why not eliminate quarterly earnings reports, Wachtell co-founder suggests

Labor & Employment

As workers’ social media comments clash with employer expectations, the NLRB takes center stage

Special ABA London Sessions Report

Laws need to catch up to high-speed trading

Special ABA London Sessions Report

Corporations have a role in (and gain benefits from) promoting the rule of law


Cover-up claim about GM ignition-switch issues is ‘reckless and outrageous,’ law firm says

International Law

Florida lawyers prepare to provide legal advice on doing business in Cuba

Environmental Law

Dairies settle landmark cow-manure case after federal judge rules solid-waste law applies

Privacy Law

Proposed legislation would allow companies to keep some data breaches secret

Corporate Law

Major US contractor settles first SEC case over confidentiality pacts that silence whistleblowers

ABA Midyear

Human rights should be a priority in oil, gas and mining industries, say speakers at ABA Midyear

Cover Story

How Dewey management’s rosy picture masked an ugly truth

Business of Law

White-collar litigation trio leaps from Morgan Lewis to McGuireWoods

Report from Governmental Affairs

ABA urges the Treasury Department to exempt law firm clients from certain reporting rules


Dec. 2, 2001: Enron files for bankruptcy