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Publications & Presentations

We encourage you to peruse this Publications & Presentations section for timely analysis and industry insights, including bylined articles, client alerts, white papers, practice and industry newsletters, audio and video broadcasts, featuring interviews with our lawyers, as well as case studies highlighting compelling legal challenges our clients have faced.

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Recent Publications

A Starter Guide to Doing Business in the United States
Authors: Nancy A. Fischer, Jeffrey R. Gans, Sheila McCafferty Harvey, Kirke M. Hasson, Aaron R. Hutman, David A. Jakopin, Justin Krawitz, Michael G. Lepre, Michael S. McNamara, Rebecca Carr Rizzo, Susan P. Serota, Thomas M. Shoesmith, Woon-Wah Siu, Glenn Q. Snyder, C. Brian Wainwright, Lu Wang, Paula M. Weber, Andrew D. Weissman, Reza Zarghamee

A Starter Guide to Doing Business in the United States, authored by Pillsbury lawyers across the firm's practices, covers the main legal and regulatory issues to be considered before entering the U.S. market, including:

June 2016
The Long Arm of the Law: Responding to the Expanding Extraterritorial Reach of the Department of Justice
Source: Inside the Minds: International White Collar Enforcement, 2016 edition
Authors: Marc H. Axelbaum, Carolina A. Fornos

In this chapter from Aspatore Books' Inside the Minds: International White Collar Enforcement, Litigation partners Marc Axelbaum and Carolina Fornos give an overview of some of the common U.S. white collar laws that may impact companies and individuals, foreign and domestic alike.

The Future of Carbon Dioxide Injection EOR in the United States
Authors: Anthony P. Raven, Olivia Matsushita, Andrew White

What is EOR and where is it used in the United States?

Cable and Satellite Royalty Claims Due to the Copyright Royalty Board by August 1, 2016
Authors: Scott R. Flick, Lauren Lynch Flick

This advisory is directed to television stations with locally-produced programming whose signals were carried by at least one cable system located outside the station’s local service area or by a satellite provider that provided service to at least one viewer outside the station’s local service area during 2015. These stations may be eligible to file royalty claims for compensation with the United States Copyright Royalty Board. These filings are due by August 1, 2016 at 5:00 pm (EDT).

New Frontier for Bank Secrecy Act Prosecutions: Trade-Based Money Laundering
Authors: William M. Sullivan, Jr., Fabio Leonardi

This alert also was published as a bylined article by Law360 on July 14, 2016.

Since the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, U.S. law enforcement and financial regulatory agencies have focused on disrupting the use of the financial system by terrorist groups, criminal organizations and tax evaders to hide illicit funds. As part of these efforts, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of the Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) have been increasingly scrutinizing anti-money laundering (AML) compliance efforts and pursuing domestic and foreign banks for violations of the Bank Secrecy Act. Because of this heightened enforcement environment and due to the tremendous recent growth of trade-based money laundering, financial institutions should expect a surge in government investigations, and potentially prosecutions, for failures to maintain adequate trade-finance AML compliance programs.

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