Daily Archives: July 12, 2019, 8:47 am

Why Corporate America Needs a Strong D&O Insurance Market | The D&O Diary

It does not take a psychic to understand the title of this article.  But maybe it takes one more phrase to make the title complete: “because of the increase in securities litigation, the increase in enforcement activity by the SEC, Cybersecurity issues (and their regulatory issues) and the general uncertainties of the political environment in the United States.” What do…

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Crypto Standards Group Taps Legal Team to Reassure Lawmakers

Prominent U.S. virtual currency exchanges are bringing in legal heavyweights from the worlds of traditional finance and blockchain to help develop a self-regulatory organization. Alma Angotti, a former senior official at the SEC and Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, as well as Dana Syracuse, a former New York Department of Financial Services general counsel, are among those who will help…

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