S&C Supreme Court Business Review – October Term 2019Key Highlights for Businesses July 17, 2020
Supreme Court Business Review Podcast Series
In this episode of S&C’s Critical Insights, Litigation partners Judd Littleton and Julia Malkina are joined by Nicky Friedlander
and Kamil Shields, members of S&C’s Criminal Defense and Investigations Group, in a continuation of S&C’s Supreme Court Business Review podcast series.
and investigations area. First, they discuss Kelly v. United States, which overturned the convictions in the so-called “Bridgegate” scandal, limiting the reach of the federal fraud statutes. Second, they discuss Liu v. SEC, which considered the scope of the SEC’s disgorgement authority in federal court. Nicky and Kamil share their insights on the implications of these decisions for businesses and practitioners.
Part 3: Labor & Employment in Bostock and Comcast
Part 2: Arbitration in GE Energy and Schein II
Part 1: Series Overview and Seila Law v. CFPB
S&C’s annual Supreme Court Business Review analyzes these key cases and summarizes each of them in a single page, highlighting the critical points businesses
should take away from each decision.
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Meet Our Editors:
Judson Littleton is a partner in Sullivan & Cromwell’s Litigation Group and co-head of the Firm’s Appellate Practice. His diverse practice focuses on Supreme Court and appellate work, complex commercial litigation, and criminal defense and investigations. He has represented leading multinational companies and financial institutions, including BP, HSBC, ING Group, JPMorgan Chase, MUFG Bank and Volkswagen. He has also represented individuals facing serious allegations in high-profile matters. Mr. Littleton was recognized by The National Law Journal as one of its 2019 D.C. Rising Stars.
Julia Malkina is a partner in S&C’s Litigation Group. Ms. Malkina represents prominent corporations, financial institutions and individuals in their most complex and high-stakes matters. Ms. Malkina’s practice comprises appellate court litigation, trial court litigation and regulatory proceedings in a number of areas, including securities, commodities and criminal law. She was named a 2020 Rising Star by the New York Law Journal for her representations in precedent-setting cases across those areas.
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