An article by Vince Farhat titled “White-collar enforcement forecast: what to expect in 2022” was published by Westlaw. Justin Anderson, Shavon Henry and Lena Streisand contributed to the article.
The Biden Administration is ramping up white collar enforcement in 2022. Whereas fines and prosecutions of white collar offenses declined under the previous administration, we are seeing increased white collar enforcement under the Biden Administration as it implements new strategies on countering corruption, and new leadership is installed at the U.S. Department of Justice and […]
The March 2020 Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) created enormous incentives for companies to apply for economic stimulus funding and grants to alleviate the devastating economic impacts from the worldwide pandemic. Until recently, the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) focused mainly on filing criminal actions against individuals who allegedly committed fraud […]
Changes in administrations often bring changes in law enforcement priorities. Whereas fines and prosecutions of white collar offenses declined under the previous administration, we can expect increased white collar enforcement under the Biden administration as new federal anti-money laundering laws take effect and new leadership is installed at the U.S. Department of Justice and other […]
Daniel Freedman and Justin Anderson posted a blog titled “Alert: Major Changes to ADU Laws Permit Additional Units to Single and Multi-Family Buildings” on the California Land Use Blog on March 5th, 2020.
We live in unprecedented times. Never before in modern history has the United States voluntarily shut-down its entire national economy in order to stop a virus pandemic. Payrolls have dropped by more than 21 million workers, wiping-out a decade of job gains. New orders, production, hiring, and new exports all fell again in May. As […]