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Publications & Speeches

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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Incoming HHS Secretary Becerra will be a champion for whistle-blowers

Posted  01/20/21
CC Attorneys Gordon Schnell, Max Voldman
Constantine Cannon attorneys Gordon Schnell and Max Volman were published in the San Francisco Chronicle, Incoming HHS Secretary Becerra will be a champion for whistle-blowers.  Click here to read more.

Judgment of Germany's Federal Constitutional Court in PSPP

Posted  01/11/21
Associate Samuel Milucky published in Czech journal Správní právo (Administrative Law) with Jozef Milucky, a judge at Slovakia's Supreme Court. Publication available here.

Wanted: A Corporate Crimebuster at the DOJ

Posted  12/22/20
CC Attorneys Gordon Schnell, Max Voldman
An article by Gordon Schnell and Max Voldman was published in The Crime Report on why Sally Yates would be a good choice to replace Barr as Attorney General. (Dec. 22, 2020)  Click here to read the article.

Litigating Mergers, Before and After: What to make of the Visa/Plaid and Facebook Complaints

Posted  12/18/20
By Ankur Kapoor
Ankur Kapoor moderated a panel on government-agency lawsuits challenging the acquisition of nascent competitors in technology markets, sponsored by the American Bar Association Antitrust Law Section. (Dec. 18, 2020)

Azmina Jasani featured in '10 Trailblazing Women Working in Art Law'

Posted  12/10/20
Azmina Jasani is a Partner in our Art & Cultural Property Law Group. She is a leading art law and luxury assets specialist. See the full piece by TheArtGorgeous here.

In an Effort to Curb Corruption, U.S. and Brazil Update Trade Agreement by Strengthening Whistleblower Protections

Posted  11/5/20
By Alicja Dijakiewicz-Kocon
U.S. and Brazil flags flying together
On October 19, 2020, the U.S. and Brazil signed a Protocol on trade rules and transparency, updating their 2011 Agreement on Trade and Economic Cooperation (ATEC). The Protocol includes three annexes – one of which comprises cutting-edge provisions that are at the very forefront of recent developments in the area of whistleblower protection. Article 3 of Annex III provides specific obligations in line with both...

Why the federal government must toughen standards for future CARES Act relief | Opinion

Posted  10/27/20
CC Attorneys Gordon Schnell, Max Voldman
Constantine Cannon whistleblower lawyers Gordon Schnell and Max Voldman published in the Tennessean on the need for more government (and whistleblower) scrutiny on the CARES Act funding being doled out to former fraudsters. (Oct. 27, 2020)  Click here to read more.

Commentary: Include insurance fraud in whistleblower reward program

Posted  10/18/20
CC Attorneys Gordon Schnell, Max Voldman
Constantine Cannon whistleblower lawyers Gordon Schnell and Max Voldman published in Albany Times Union on the need for New York to expand its whistleblower rewards regime to include fraud against private insurance companies. (Oct. 18, 2020)

Cross-Border Investigations

Posted  10/15/20
CC Attorney Mary Inman
On Oct. 15, Mary Inman spoke on a panel on Cross-Border Investigations at the 2020 Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival & Summit (virtual).  Click here to read more.

Corporate Whistleblowing 2020: Where We Are Today and Where We’re Going

Posted  10/14/20
CC Attorney Mary Inman
On Oct. 14, Mary Inman spoke at Brooklyn Law School’s virtual conference Corporate Whistleblowing 2020: Where We Are Today and Where We’re Going. Click here to read more.
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