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Litiges en matière de fiscalité

The Tax Advocacy Group has successfully represented taxpayers in various fora, including the U.S. Tax Court, various trial and appellate courts, the U.S. Supreme Court, the Internal Revenue Service, and state tax authorities. The group litigates on behalf of clients in state and federal courts, and advocates for taxpayers seeking determinations from the Internal Revenue Service and other tax authorities. These proceedings have involved nearly all types of U.S. federal, state and local taxes, as well as foreign income tax and VAT. Our clients include domestic and foreign corporations, public ...

Litiges en matière de faillite

We represent debtors, creditors, committees, fiduciaries and lender groups in a range of disputes—from complex litigation, asbestos and energy cases to creditors’ rights and claims, avoidance actions and confirmation and valuation issues. We develop cost-effective strategies to meet the specific needs of each case and employ a full range of options, including negotiation, mediation and litigation to achieve the best results for our clients.

Litige traditionnel de droit du travail

For our many clients with established collective bargaining relationships, Orrick lawyers have acted as spokespersons in collective bargaining with numerous unions or have otherwise assisted employers handling their own negotiations. We have represented employers in arbitrations under collective bargaining agreements, actions to compel or stay arbitration, injunction proceedings, significant appellate work often opposing enforcement efforts by the NLRB, and virtually every other type of proceeding that implicates the collective bargaining process. We have also counseled numerous employers ...

Lanceurs d'alerte et enquêtes d'entreprise

We’ve worked on precedent-setting cases, including Livingston v. Wyeth, one of the leading cases to date that address what constitutes "protected activity" under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. And we helped Broadcom secure a complete dismissal of a Dodd-Frank whistleblower claim brought by an in-house attorney in Davies v. Broadcom. Along the way, we’ve played an integral role in the development of whistleblower law. We authored the leading treatise on Whistleblower defense, Corporate Whistleblowing in the Sarbanes-Oxley/Dodd-Frank Era. Our clients include multinational employers across a wide range ...
Lanceurs d'alerte et enquêtes d'entreprise

SEC Whistleblower Program Going Strong During Coronavirus

by Renee Phillips and Michael Disotell | May.05.2020

Notwithstanding the current COVID-19 crisis, the Securities & Exchange Commission has continued to award numerous multi-million-dollar bounties under its Dodd-Frank whistleblower program.Since January 21, 2020, when the CDC confirmed the first case of COVID-19 in the United States, the SEC has issued 12 whistleblower awards totaling approximately $64 million. Some of the highlights of these awards include:

Loi Anti-blanchiment d'argent et secret bancaire

A Unique Enforcement Perspective We are uniquely situated to help our clients manage regulatory and enforcement risk, whether through front-end compliance assistance or responding to law enforcement or regulatory inquiries. Our team is led by two former federal prosecutors who focused much of their careers at the Department of Justice (DOJ) on Bank Secrecy Act and Anti-Money Laundering Enforcement. One of these former prosecutors was an inaugural Deputy Chief of the DOJ’s Money Laundering and Bank Integrity Unit, DOJ’s sole unit dedicated to criminally enforcing the Bank Secrecy Act, and ...
financial regulation

Litiges en matière de secrets commerciaux

This is especially true in the technology, biotech, financial services and manufacturing sectors. Whether you are defending a new hire or facing a bet-the-company battle, our dedicated Trade Secrets team will mobilize to help. We have represented innovative companies and have secured settlements and awards for startups to some of the largest global companies. Our successes include clearing the way for Mark Hurd to move to Oracle, over the fierce objection of his former employer, the Hewlett-Packard Company. We won a trade secrets misappropriation verdict for Sierra Railroad against Patriot ...

If trade secrets misappropriation claims can be brought by non-owners, what should companies do to manage risk?

by Caroline Simons and Tierra D. Piens | May.20.2020

Last week, we examined the recent Third Circuit decision in Advanced Fluid Systems, which held that a trade secrets plaintiff did not need to be an owner or a licensee of the alleged trade secrets to bring a state law misappropriation claim under Pennsylvania’s UTSA—all that was required was that the plaintiff had “lawful possession” of the trade secrets. In so holding, the Third Circuit added to the weight of the Fourth Circuit’s similar analysis of Maryland’s UTSA in DTM Research, L.L.C. v. AT&T Corp., 245 F.3d 327 (4th Cir. 2001).