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State Attorneys General Zero in on Elder Abuse, Financial Exploitation

The 2018 National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) Presidential Initiative, “Protecting America’s Seniors: Attorneys General United Against Elder Abuse,” has come to a close with a summit held April 17-18 in Manhattan, Kansas, capping off an eight-month campaign during which state AG offices have augmented and sharpened their tools for investigating exploitation of this vulnerable … Continue Reading

New Challenges Faced By Non-U.S. Banks Due To U.S. Government’s $619 Million Settlement with ING Bank and Increased U.S. Sanctions on Iran

Recently, our Global Regulatory Enforcement colleagues Matthew J. Thomas, Leigh T. Hansson, Michael J. Lowell, and our Financial Services Regulatory Chair, Leonard A. Bernstein, wrote a posting about a settlement made between ING Bank N.V., a Dutch financial institution, and the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Manhattan District Attorney. … Continue Reading