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Appeals Court Ruling in Case Involving Inadequate Disclosure by RIA May Have Significant Impact on Future SEC Enforcement Proceedings

A recent decision handed down by the DC Circuit Court of Appeals in a case involving SEC action against an adviser for failure to disclose material conflicts of interest provides potentially significant precedent for SEC enforcement proceedings going forward. See … Continue reading

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Documents: Nadler Threatens Contempt Proceedings Over Mueller Redactions

House Committee on the Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler has sent a letter to the Justice Department regarding the committee's subpoena for the unredacted Mueller report and other materials, threatening contempt proceedings if the Justice Department refuses to comply. Nadler's letter, … Continue reading

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Adjustment of Status Approval at Removal Proceedings for Gabonese Client in Cleveland Ohio

CASE: Adjustment of Status at Removal ProceedingCLIENT: GaboneseLOCATION: Cleveland, OH Our client came to the United States in July 2011 with a B-2 visitor’s visa from Gabon.  Later, she filed for asylum and her asylum application was denied by the … Continue reading

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Defamation in hostile proceedings: key takeaways from the Eshelman v. Auerback saga

It will come as no surprise to those who have participated in a proxy fight to learn that these disputes can be heated affairs.   Parties to a fight will routinely seek to discredit the other side to bolster their own … Continue reading

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FINRA Expungement Proceedings

On April 4, 2019, SYK attorney Darlene Pasieczny joined co-panelist Kate McGrail and moderator Robert J. Girard II in Washington D.C. Together, they presented on FINRA expungement proceedings to an audience of securities attorneys, law professors, and state securities regulators … Continue reading

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