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Brocade, Mercury Settle Charges

June 1, 2007 Media Coverage

USA Today

June 1, 2007

"Brocade, Mercury Settle Charges: With no admissions, both pay millions in fines in stock cases"

Farella Braun + Martel's Doug Young is quoted on the settlement.

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Nonprofit Basics: Document Retention Policies and Subpoenas, and a Conversation With Aviva Gilbert on Why Good Policies Matter

Welcome to EO Radio Show – Your Nonprofit Legal Resource . This Nonprofit Basics episode covers record retention policies, document destruction schedules, and why they matter. You may have noticed that the IRS Form...

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The Humility To Prepare and the Confidence To Pull It off With Doug Young

Mike Herring interviews past ACTL President Doug Young in this episode of  Trial Tested: A Podcast by the American College of Trial Lawyers . S3E6: The Humility To Prepare and the Confidence To Pull It off With...

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Maximizing Internal Investigation Effectiveness & Efficiency

In corporate America and across the globe, allegations of wrongdoing within companies are increasingly common, and the high cost of internal investigations continues apace. Companies are now also routinely investigating allegations beyond violations of...

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Uber’s Former Chief Security Officer Found Guilty of Obstruction For Coverup of Data Breaches

On October 5, 2022, after a monthlong jury trial, former Uber Chief Information Security Officer Joseph Sullivan was found guilty of obstructing proceedings of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and misprision of a felony...

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Aviva Gilbert Named a Leadership Council on Legal Diversity Fellow

Aviva Gilbert Headshot at Farella Braun + Martel
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A Primer for Corporate Directors: Maximizing Internal Investigation Effectiveness and Efficiency

In corporate America and across the globe, allegations of wrongdoing within companies are increasingly common, and the high cost of internal investigations continues apace.  In 2021, in an anonymous survey of more than 1,330...

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Internal Investigations for Nonprofits: A Means of Identifying and Addressing Misconduct Before the Regulators Come Calling

The worst nightmare for most nonprofit board members is a complaint that sparks an investigation of misconduct at the organization. The ember may have been burning for some time before the board becomes aware...

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Sarah Good Appointed to California State Bar Board of Trustees

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Cybersecurity Regulation: Key Takeaways From an Unusual FTC Order That Will Follow CEO for a Decade

The FTC recently issued a proposed order that would settle an enforcement action against Drizly, LLC and its co-founder and CEO, James Rellas, arising from data breaches in 2018 and 2020 that affected over...

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Farella Names Carolina de Armas and Hilary Krase As Leadership Council on Legal Diversity Pathfinders

Carolina de Armas and Hilary Krase
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