"New Traps: Whistle-Blower Protections In the Dodd-Frank Act," Legal Report, a publication of the Society for Human Resource Management (April 2011). Co-Author: Alyssa S. Parsons.
"Compliance Clarified: Navigating Finder's Fees Rules," Compliance Reporter (May 24, 2010). Author: Mark A. Egert.
San Francisco-based associate Alyssa S. Parsons writes about whistle-blower protections and incentives under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act in SHRM's Legal Report. According to Parsons, "These whistle-blower protections reach well beyond the financial services industry and are not limited to public companies. Public and private employers across all industries need to be aware of how these new whistle-blower laws could impact their businesses so that they can take steps to safeguard their companies from whistle-blower claims."
"Merger Enforcement: Are The Antitrust Agencies on a Collision Course with Wall Street?," Bloomberg Law Reports: Antitrust & Trade, Vol. 2, No. 6 (June 2009). Co-Authors: Wm. Randolph Smith and Shawn R. Johnson.
New York-based partner Mark A. Egert, member of Crowell & Moring LLP's Corporate and Financial Services groups, writes about the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority's (FINRA) proposed new Rule 2040 to govern the payment of finder's fees.
"Who Will Bailout the Bailoutters?: An Overview of the Unique Legal Risks Facing Treasury’s New Asset Managers and their Subcontractors," Bloomberg Securities Law Report, (October 27, 2008). Contributor: Daniel R. Forman.
Crowell & Moring LLP Antitrust Group partner and co-chair Wm. Randolph Smith, and associate Shawn R. Johnson, write about antitrust merger enforcement in the wake of the economic crisis.
"Proxy Season: More Smoke Than Fire," Financial Executive (July/August 2007). Author: H. Bryan Brewer.
Crowell & Moring Government Contracts Group partner Daniel R. Forman writes about the unique opportunities the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) presents for the private financial sector to provide services to, for, or on behalf of the U.S. government.
Crowell & Moring’s Corporate Group partner H. Bryan Brewer writes about the issues surrounding the recent proxy season in Financial Executive. Brewer says that continued investor scrutiny driving shareholder proposals can be expected going forward.