Vol. 118 No. 6

Cloud Computing
Article

LEGAL ACCESS TO THE GLOBAL CLOUD

Paul M. Schwartz *

Increased use of the cloud and its international scope raise signifi­cant challenges to traditional legal authorities that permit access to data stored outside the United States. The resulting stakes are high. This area of law affects a wide range of important matters concerning law enforcement, national security, and civil litigation.

Up until now, however, policymakers in this area have failed to fully appreciate the technological distinctions[...]

Anticorruption Regulation
CLR Online

TRUMPING RECIDIVISM: ASSESSING THE FCPA CORPORATE ENFORCEMENT POLICY

Sharon Oded *

Bribery and corruption violations are often hard to detect. For this reason, the U.S. enforcement authorities typically struggle to produce the right incentives for corporations to cooperate with public enforcement efforts in anticorruption cases. In November 2017, following the success­ful implementation of an eighteen-month pilot program, the Trump Administration announced its revised Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) Corporate Enforcement[...]

#MeToo
Article

SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND CORPORATE LAW

Daniel Hemel * & Dorothy S. Lund **

The #MeToo movement has shaken corporate America in recent months, leading to the departures of several high-profile executives as well as sharp stock price declines at a number of firms. Investors have taken notice and taken action: Shareholders at more than a half dozen publicly traded companies have filed lawsuits since the start of 2017 alleg­ing that corporate fiduciaries breached state law duties or violated federal securities laws in connection[...]