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White Collar Crime

07 June 2021
John Lane Underwriters' liability for false statements made in IPO

Japan - Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu

In December 2020 the Supreme Court handed down a decision in relation to certain obligations of lead underwriters and bookrunners in an initial public offering (IPO). Although the underlying facts related to an IPO, the judgment also applies to underwriters involved in the submission of a securities registration statement and there are useful takeaways for any company faced with investigating allegations of impropriety made by a whistleblower.

Authors: John Lane, Takashi Ohno
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Recent updates

Ann C Kim Second Circuit doubles down on insider trading liability for corporate outsiders

USA - Hogan Lovells

Authors: Ann C Kim, James G McGovern, Matthew C Sullivan, Rupinder Garcha
Claudia Hamm Whistleblower Protection Act: new compliance requirements

Germany - Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein

Author: Claudia Hamm
Daniel Maine Trust company's £550,000 fine demonstrates importance of effective and consistent AML procedures

Jersey - Ogier

Author: Daniel Maine

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