Corporate directors trying to meet their fiduciary responsibility to maintain cash reserves by canceling dividends during the coronavirus pandemic could see much of the savings eaten up by surprise tax bills.
Jessica Nall, chair of Farella Braun & Martel’s white-collar crime and internal corporate investigations practice, has joined Baker McKenzie as a partner in its San Francisco office, aiding its Northern California expansion.
Governments and other research funders may be missing an opportunity to help speed the development of coronavirus vaccines and treatments by not insisting that drug makers share intellectual property, research data, and other information, some watchdog groups and patient advocates say.
Judges have issued momentous decisions in climate-focused lawsuits in recent months, but state and local governments have a long way to go in their efforts to hold BP Plc, Exxon Mobil Corp., and others liable for the impacts of global temperature rise.
Western Union Co. is seeking to acquire MoneyGram International Inc. in a transaction that would bring together two of the largest U.S. providers of money-transfer services, according to a person familiar with the matter.
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