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Best of the Web – March 2017

 

“If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant: if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome.” (Anne Bradstreet)

 

Welcome to the March 2017 BOTW.  Spring has sprung for the regulatory experts, who have produced a flowering of content.  There is something for everybody: Dechert and Skadden go holistic and offer broad reviews, Drinker looks at CCO liability, and Seward & Kissel comments on the hedge fund industry.  Pepper takes on tax in a podcast, Stradley Ronon offers some cybersecurity advice, and Perkins Coie tackles fintech.  As my old law professor used to advise, “Keep reading.”

 

2016 Year in Review: Division of Investment Management Guidance Updates (Dechert)

Compliance and Legal Officer Guidelines To Prevent Non-Line Supervisory Liability (Drinker Biddle)

Common Deficiencies. Why? Because People Don’t Get It! (Focus One)

Key Takeaways: Recent Investment Management Litigation and Regulatory Developments (Skadden)

Seward & Kissel’s 2016 New Hedge Fund Study (Seward & Kissel)

The New Tax Landscape for Investment Management (podcast) (Pepper Hamilton)

Think Outside the Breach: Six Legal Issues to Consider After Responding to a Cybersecurity Incident (Stradley Ronon)

SEC Exam Priorities White Paper (Oyster)

As Fintech Platforms Grow Up, Investment Management Firms Face the ‘Problems of Tomorrow’ (Perkins Coie)

Questions & Answers on State and Local Variations on the SEC Pay-to-Play Rule (K&L Gates)

The Bumpy Road To Protection For Internal Whistleblowers (Vedder Price)

Hedge Fund Activists: The Debate on Unlocking Value (Schulte Roth & Zabel)

Resigning From a Board of Directors: Considerations for VC Fund Designees (Paul Hastings)

Share Class Rules (podcast) (Thompson Hine)

Understanding Liquidity Risk Mgmt Programs (Alaric)

DOJ’s Criminal Fraud Section Provides Valuable Guidance on the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs (Winston & Strawn)

Employee Benefits in the Trump Administration (Groom)

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