Tag Archives: sexual misconduct

Sexual Misconduct and D&O Claims

The fallout from the current wave of revelations sexual misconduct involving media figures, politicians, and corporate executives has included, among other things, a rash of D&O claims – including, for example, claims against the boards of 21st Century Fox and Wynn Resorts. An interesting recent scholarly paper takes a detailed look at D&O claims arising … Continue Reading

Investor Files Sexual Misconduct-Related D&O Claim Against Wynn Resorts Board

Amidst the fallout following the latest high-profile set of revelations of sexual misconduct at the highest levels of business, the media, and politics, Steve Wynn has resigned his position as Chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts. However, as we have seen with in other instances of this type of high profile sexual misconduct, the accountability … Continue Reading

New Tax Bill Bans Tax Deductibility of Confidential Sexual Misconduct Claims Settlements

At the start of the New Year, it has been interesting finding out more about the massive tax legislation that Congress enacted in December. It has been interesting to see the various impacts that the legislation is having on a variety of companies. It has also been interesting to learn more of the details about … Continue Reading

Massive Derivative Suit Settlement for Alleged Management Failure to Prevent Sexual Misconduct

The news headlines have been dominated in recent days by appalling revelations that leading politicians, entertainers, political candidates and others have engaged in sexual harassment, assault, and even worse behavior. As these stories have emerged, a dynamic has evolved in which the victims come forward with their stories and seek to hold the wrongdoers accountable … Continue Reading
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