Corporate Defense and Disputes

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Tag Archives: Investigations

Cakes Gone Bad: The Cheesecake Factory Faces Securities Scrutiny

COVID-related securities claims continue to rattle the marketplace. On December 7, a leading plaintiffs firm announced an investigation on behalf of shareholders of The Cheesecake Factory Inc., just days after the SEC announced it was settling charges against the company for making misleading disclosures about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on its business operations … Continue Reading

Companies and Individuals Alike Should Heed DOJ’s Focus on Individual Liability

Attorney General Eric Holder and Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division Marshall Miller have sent the message that the Department of Justice is looking to hold individuals responsible for corporate crime. Holder, speaking at New York University, announced that the department is currently investigating the conduct of individuals at certain financial institutions … Continue Reading
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