moneyThe federal government has been handing out billions of dollars in stimulus money to individuals and companies. These funds have helped businesses survive the COVID-19 pandemic by providing them with low or no-cost liquidity when they are not permitted to operate as they would normally. But stimulus money, like all government money, is a double-edged

courthouseOn July 2, 2020, a federal judge sitting in Manhattan sentenced disgraced entrepreneur Telemaque Lavidas to a year and a day in prison for insider trading. In addition to the prison term, the judge sentenced Lavidas to three years of supervised release including community service, restitution, and fines, which together could exceed $200,000. Lavidas’s conviction

WhistlblowerWhether attributable to the pandemic effect of remote work, layoffs and furloughs, or the slew of recent substantial awards, the SEC’s whistleblower tip line is lighting up with greater frequency. Companies are understandably focused on the panoply of challenges to their businesses posed by the pandemic and its economic impacts, but they ignore heightened whistleblower