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SEC Enforcement Actions Highlight the Intelligence to Be Found in Corporate Control Contests

By: David A. Holley

Berkeley Research Group’s Global Investigations + Strategic Intelligence experts provide a unique service to boards of directors and their advisors involved in contests for corporate control. Their role is to develop information through investigation to allow clients and their advisors to make the most informed decisions consistent with their goals and legal strategy. Frequently, this information takes the form of diligence on the proffered slate of dissident directors or the proposed transaction. Our experts seek to identify and bring to light information for our clients to use to shape their shareholder engagement strategy. Our team has decades of experience conducting investigations in connection with hostile takeover defense.

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Extraterritorial Anti-bribery and Anti-corruption Compliance Requirements – A Third Party Perspective

In Pharmaceutical Compliance Monitor, William Marquardt discusses expectations to comply with extraterritorial anti-bribery and anti-corruption (AB/AC) regulations, and costs associated with these expectations.