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- Barclays Settlement Shows SEC Focus on Compliance Controls, Dual Registration
ACA Insight | October 13, 2014
New York City Government Investigations & White Collar Defense counsel Brad Mirkin provides commentary in this feature story discussing prosecutions and settlements that may be indicators of future SEC scrutiny that will affect all advisers.
- FINRA Enforcement Official Decamps to Shulman Rogers
Law360 | October 3, 2014
New York City Government Investigations & White Collar Defense counsel Brad Mirkin provides commentary in this article on the departure of a top enforcement official, Emily Gordy, from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
- Franchisors Should Stay Out of Franchisee Personnel Management
The Legal Intelligencer | September 26, 2014
New York City partner and leader of the Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg and Los Angeles Labor & Employment associate Michael Curtis authored this column on circumstances where a franchisor may be liable for alleged employment law violations.