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Constantine Cannon lawyers are regularly published in a wide variety of publications, and are frequent public speakers. This page collects some of these publications, speeches, and other appearances.  You can search by attorney name, and additional material may appear on individual attorney biographies.  The views of Constantine Cannon attorneys in publications are the personal views of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Constantine Cannon.

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Pfizer Fights Back, Claiming First Amendment Right to Partake in Charitable Giving

Posted  08/12/20
CC Attorneys Mary Inman, Max Voldman
Whistleblower attorneys Mary Inman and Max Voldman published in a RAC Monitor article, Pfizer Fights Back, Claiming First Amendment Right to Partake in Charitable Giving. Click here to read the article.

SEC Examines Relationship Between Bad Books and Bribery Schemes

Posted  08/11/20
CC Attorneys Michael Ronickher, Sarah “Poppy” Alexander
Michael Ronickher and Sarah Poppy Alexander were published in the New York Law Journal.  The article discusses a heartening trend in the SEC's enforcement of the  Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, a law that has yielded some of the largest SEC fines and recoveries: an increased willingness to ground enforcement actions in the accounting provisions of the FCPA. (Aug. 11, 2020) Click here to read the article.

Whistleblowers could bring in money for Kansas. Why did lawmakers say no?

Posted  08/1/20
CC Attorneys Gordon Schnell, Max Voldman
Gordon Schnell and Max Voldman were published in the Kansas City Star.  Their article questions why Kansas rejected proposed legislation that would have added a whistleblower provision to the State’s False Claims Act. (August 1, 2020)   Click here to read the article.

Whistleblower Programmes: Making Cartel Detection more Effective

Posted  08/1/20
CC Attorneys Mary Inman, Richard Pike, Alicja Dijakiewicz-Kocon
Mary Inman, Richard Pike and Alicja Dijakiewicz-Kocon’s article, “Whistleblower Programmes: Making Cartel Detection more Effective” is published in August issue of Financier Worldwide.

A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: the Government's Latest Stand against Patient Kickbacks Disguised as Charity

Posted  07/29/20
CC Attorneys Mary Inman, Max Voldman
Mary Inman and Max Voldman were published in the RAC Monitor (July 29, 2020).

Collateral Consequences of Agency Action

Posted  07/7/20
CC Attorney Allison F. Sheedy
Partner Allison Sheedy was a panelist on the ABA Antitrust Section Program Collateral Consequences of Agency Action, focusing on what happens after an agency investigation, including compliance with consent decrees and follow-on civil litigation.  (July 7, 2020) Click here to read more.

Constantine Cannon Attorneys Provide Comments on Model Whistleblower Award and Protection Act

Posted  06/30/20
CC Attorneys Eric R. Havian, Michael Ronickher, Chris McLamb
The North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA) has proposed a Model Whistleblower Award and Protection Act that would serve as a guide for states across North America who wish to enact a compelling whistleblower program to bolster their securities enforcement.  In May, NASAA solicited comments on an initial draft of the Model Act.  Click here to read the Comments by: Eric Havian, Michael Ronickher, and Chris McLamb.  (June 30, 2020)

What the Bostock Decision Teaches About the DMCA

Posted  06/23/20
CC Attorney Seth D. Greenstein
Seth Greenstein was published in Disruptive Competition Project (June 23, 2020).  Click here to read the article.

Rebalancing DMCA: Good Bumper Sticker, Bad Public Policy

Posted  06/10/20
CC Attorney Seth D. Greenstein
Seth Greenstein was published in Law360 (June 10, 2020).  Click here to read the article.    
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