Ropes & Gray attorneys provide timely analysis on legal developments, court decisions and changes in legislation and regulations.
LIBOR Cessation Update
In this Ropes & Gray podcast, Alyson Gal, Milap Patel and Jill Kalish Levy discuss recent developments in the long-awaited LIBOR cessation. In particular, our attorneys analyze the rationale and impact behind its newly announced bifurcated rollout.
Disputing Tax: 2021 IRS Enforcement Priorities
In this episode of Ropes & Gray’s podcast series Disputing Tax, Isabelle Farrar, an associate in the tax controversy group, is joined by Kat Gregor, a tax partner and tax controversy group co-founder, and Elizabeth Smith, counsel in the tax controversy group, to examine some potential areas of focus for IRS enforcement efforts in 2021.
Non-binding Guidance: European Life Sciences Regulatory Trends with Dr. Lincoln Tsang
This installation of Ropes & Gray’s podcast series Non-binding Guidance introduces Dr. Lincoln Tsang, a new Ropes & Gray lateral partner based in London, and head of the firm’s European life sciences practice. Join Greg Levine, partner and chair of the life sciences regulatory and compliance practice at Ropes & Gray, as he interviews and explores Lincoln’s unique career path as well as Lincoln’s thoughts on Brexit and other regulatory developments that may affect the life sciences industry in the UK and Europe in the coming years.
Data, Privacy and Cybersecurity Under the Biden-Harris Administration
This edition of Ropes & Gray’s Capital Insights series captures our latest thinking on the coming changes in privacy and cybersecurity. In this podcast, join Ed McNicholas, co-chair of the data, privacy & cybersecurity practice, and Fran Faircloth, an associate in the data, privacy and cybersecurity practice, both based in Washington, D.C., as they look around the corner and discuss the developments in the White House on privacy and cybersecurity issues and how those changes will echo in federal agencies, the states, and internationally.
On the Ropes: Enforcement Risk Roundtable—Anti-Corruption and International Risk Perspectives from Recent Developments in Poland
In this edition of Ropes & Gray’s podcast series On the Ropes: Enforcement Risk Roundtable, litigation and enforcement partner, Amanda Raad, and associate, Zaneta Wykowska, team up with Roman Iwański from B2RLaw to discuss the effect that Poland’s latest judicial reforms have on the legal landscape for conducting business in the country from an anti-corruption and international risk standpoint.
Anderson v. Intel—A Test Case Regarding the Prudence of Adding Alternative Investments to Defined Contribution Plan Menus
In this third episode in a series of Ropes & Gray podcasts addressing emerging issues for fiduciaries of 401(k) and 403(b) plans to consider as part of their litigation risk management strategy, litigation & enforcement partner Amy Roy and benefits consultant Aneisha Worrell discuss some key takeaways from Anderson v. Intel Corp. Investment Policy Committee, the first case to date to address the prudence question under ERISA of including private equity and hedge fund investments on a defined contribution plan menu.
Very good podcast! I've learned a lot listening to this podcast. A must listen!