Tag Archives: U.S. regulatory authority

Guest Post: U.S. Long Arm Jurisdiction Creates New Terrorism Headaches for Banks (Among Others!)

In prior posts (most recently here), I have noted the growing problems involved with the increasing willingness of U.S. regulators to exert their regulatory and enforcement authority outside of the U.S. In the following guest post, Francis Kean of Willis examines a recent decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit … Continue Reading

The Long Arm of U.S. Regulatory Enforcement and the Cross-Border Reach of U.S. Laws

One of the most distinctive aspects of the current global regulatory environment has been the increasing willingness of U.S. regulators to try to project U.S. enforcement authority outside the U.S. The cross-border assertion of U.S. regulatory authority has taken place across a broad range of regulatory and compliance issues, including, for example, antitrust, trade sanction, … Continue Reading
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