Forensic & Litigation Consulting, Strategic Communications

CFIUS Is Eyeing Your Data. You Should, Too

April 15, 2021—Whether your agreement is pending or approved, protecting your data and intellectual property is often an overlooked element in mitigating deal risk.

Corporate Finance & Restructuring

Distressed Debt Is Dormant. Does It Matter?

April 6, 2021—At the moment there is a sharp divide between the corporate debt default expectations of leveraged credit markets and those of the rating agencies.

Forensic & Litigation Consulting, Financial Services

Financial Crimes Compliance for Cryptocurrency: Why Can’t We All Agree?

April 5, 2021—Regulators are not on the same page when it comes to applying the “Travel Rule” to digital assets. That’s stifling growth in the crypto industry.

Forensic & Litigation Consulting

Hostile Takeover Bids Rise 2021

March 29, 2021—This year has seen a surge in hostile takeover bids. Knowing the warning signs that your company may be vulnerable is the first line of defense.

Healthcare & Life Sciences, Strategic Communications

The Feds Want Your CARES Funds Receipts

March 22, 2021—The United States distributed emergency funds through the CARES, and now is aggressively looking to recoup some of the $2.4 trillion they spent back.

Strategic Communications

Can Data Privacy Be a Competitive Advantage?

March 12, 2021—The ambiguity around protecting data and regulatory compliance creates a tension for companies that they must navigate to stay competitive.

Global Risk & Investigations Practice (GRIP), Forensic & Litigation Consulting

In the Hot Seat: Presenting Remote Investigations to the Government

March 8, 2021—The final article in a series on remote investigations looks at how to meet the unique expectations of enforcement agencies under COVID-19 restrictions.

Energy, Power & Products (EPP), Corporate Finance & Restructuring

U.S. Solar Supply Chain: Business Implications from U.S. Government Actions Against China

March 3, 2021—In recent months, the U.S. government has taken a number of actions against China that could significantly impact the global solar supply chain.

Healthcare & Life Sciences, Technology

Ask the Expert: Can Vaccine Providers Be Trusted to Safeguard Our Identities?

March 2, 2021—Cybersecurity expert Praveen Madhavankutty looks at the risks providers face as they try to keep pace with the swift rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine.

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