(Reuters) - Public companies do not have an absolute obligation to tell investors when they are under investigation by the U.S. government, under precedent from New York federal courts.
But they're also not entirely free to hide those investigations...
Company: 22ND CENTURY GROUP, INC.; WELLS FARGO & COMPANY; Securities and Exchange Commission; FOLEY & LARDNER LLP; UBS Inc.; Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.; JANUS HENDERSON US (HOLDINGS) INC.; POMERANTZ LLP; United States of America
News Subject: (Corporate & Business Law (1XO58); Crime (1CR87); Criminal Law (1CR79); Financial Fraud (1FI18); Fraud (1FR30); Funding Instruments (1FU41); Judicial Cases & Rulings (1JU36); Legal (1LE33); Securities Law (1SE59); Social Issues (1SO05))
Industry: (Accounting (1AC78); Accounting, Consulting & Legal Services (1AC73); Financial Services (1FI37); Investment Management (1IN34); Securities Investment (1SE57))
Region: (Americas (1AM92); New York (1NE72); North America (1NO39); U.S. Mid-Atlantic Region (1MI18); USA (1US73))
Other Indexing: (2nd Circuit; 2NDCIRCUIT; U.S. Supreme Court; 22nd Century Group Inc; Wells; Securities and Exchange Commission; Foley & Lardner; UBS AG; Lions Gate Entertainment Corp Securities; Janus Capital Group; Pomerantz; U.S. government) (John Sinatra; John R. Sinatra; John Walker; John J. Walker; Guido Calabresi; Raymond Lohier; Fuzzy Panda; Jonathan Friedman; Jonathan I. Friedman; Brian Calandra; John Koeltl; Carl Icahn; Carl C. Icahn)
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