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Anthony Pacheco

Labor & Employment and White Collar Defense & Investigations

Orange County Business Journal: What to Do if Regulators Come Knocking?

This article was original published in the Orange County Business Journal’s Healthcare Supplement on October 28, 2013. Download the PDF: Orange County Business Journal: What to do if regulators come knocking?   What should you do if regulators knock on the door to your healthcare facility to execute a search warrant or administrative warrant? Healthcare executives […]

White Collar Defense & Investigations

Daily Journal: Federal Contractors Must Adapt Policies After Executive Order

Anthony Pacheco‘s article, “Federal Contractors Must Adapt Policies After Executive Order,” was published by the Daily Journal. The article discusses the recent executive order designed to strengthen compliance with the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 (TVPA) among companies that contract and subcontract with the federal government. An brief excerpt of the article is below: President Barrack Obama has issued an executive […]

Litigation and White Collar Defense & Investigations

Law360: California’s Transparency in Supply Chains Act

California’s Transparency in Supply Chains Act: What it provides, Why it matters, and What effects it will have on business By Anthony Pacheco Human trafficking. Child slave labor. It is distressing to imagine the powerlessness, suffering, and abuse endured by victims, who are often subject to beatings, unsanitary living conditions, malnourishment, sexually transmitted diseases, and exposure […]

White Collar Defense & Investigations

Chinese Business Law Journal: Conducting an Internal Investigation in China

Your home office in the US has an important manufacturing facility in China, where it is suspected that bribery of Chinese government officials may have occurred. You have assembled an experienced team to investigate the situation and determine what to do about it. This is a good start. Building upon the issues addressed in this column last month, we consider here additional matters […]