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WHEN INTERNAL COMPLIANCE MONITORING STUMBLES, DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS MAY FACE RISK

20 No. 25 WJSLR 2By Jeffery M. Cross, Esq., and Dylan Smith, Esq., Freeborn & Peters Westlaw Journal Securities Litigation & Regulation (Approx. 8 pages)

WHEN INTERNAL COMPLIANCE MONITORING STUMBLES, DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS MAY FACE RISK

20 No. 25 WJSLR 2By Jeffery M. Cross, Esq., and Dylan Smith, Esq., Freeborn & Peters Westlaw Journal Securities Litigation & Regulation (Approx. 8 pages)

20 No. 25 Westlaw Journal Securities Litigation & Regulation 2
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*1 April 16, 2015
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By Jeffery M. Cross, Esq., and Dylan Smith, Esq., Freeborn & Petersaa1
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WHEN INTERNAL COMPLIANCE MONITORING STUMBLES, DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS MAY FACE RISK

Jeffery M. Cross and Dylan Smith of Freeborn & Peters discuss when officers and directors can be liable for failed internal compliance monitoring following a criminal antitrust conviction or civil antitrust enforcement settlement.
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