The nation is slowly reopening. Businesses showcase signs that proudly announce “OPEN” in bright neon letters. But the legal landscape is different from the pre-COVID-19 days, and businesses should be aware of the inherent risks involved with re-opening and take the utmost care to ensure employee and customer safety to avoid or minimize government intrusion,

courthouse and moneyOn Tuesday July 28, Eastman Kodak, Co. in conjunction with the Trump Administration publicly announced that Kodak would receive a $765 million loan for purposes of manufacturing generic drug ingredients. Just a few days later, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) penned a letter to Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton demanding an investigation into the

FCPAThe Department of Justice (DOJ) just released an updated version of its Resource Guide to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. While the new version does not announce any groundbreaking changes, it now includes updates and references to recently issued policies, such as the DOJ’s Corporate Enforcement Policy, Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs, and the Corporate