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Transitioning Away from LIBOR: What Is Coming and What Can We Do Now?
Neil T. Bloomfield, Elena F. Mitchell
May 2018, Corporate Compliance Insights

Charlotte Litigation Member Neil Bloomfield and Associate Elena Mitchell were published in Corporate Compliance Insights on May 4. The article titled “Transitioning Away from LIBOR: What Is Coming and What Can We Do Now?” discusses how the potential transition away from LIBOR has raised significant concerns in the financial markets, including whether LIBOR will end in 2021, what may replace it, what fallbacklanguage should be included in contracts in the interim, and how transition risks can be managed?


Anti-Money Laundering and Bank Secrecy Act Update
Neil Bloomfield, Nathan White
October 2017

After the Panama Papers exposed efforts by wealthy individuals and government officials to hide funds offshore, government authorities around the world have responded with new legislation, regulations and enforcement actions that are beginning to reshape the landscape for anti-money laundering (AML) and Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) violations.


The U.S. Supreme Court Limits Sanctions to Compensation, Not Punishment
Neil Bloomfield
July 2017

Discovery Considerations in Cross-Border Investigations
Neil T. Bloomfield
August 2016, Today’s General Counsel

Applications like WhatsApp are reshaping government investigations and should be refocusing how compliance departments handle employee oversight
White Collar, Regulatory Defense, and Investigations Client Update
Neil T. Bloomfield
April 2015, Law360

Compliance Plans: The Ounce of Prevention that Avoids the Pound of Cure
Neil T. Bloomfield
June 2014, North Carolina Bar Association Newsletter

Physicians Agreements May Cost South Carolina Hospital More Than $237.5 Million
White Collar, Regulatory Defense, and Investigations Client Update
Neil T. Bloomfield
October 2013

Navigating the Implied Waiver of Attorney Client Privilege After Adoption Of Federal Rule 502 of the Federal Rules of Evidence
Neil T. Bloomfield
Fall 2012, New York University Law School, Annual Survey of American Law, Volume 67, Issue 4

Have Increased Government Investigations Remedied the Causes of the Financial Crisis?
Neil T. Bloomfield
2011, Bloomberg Law Reports- Corporate Counsel

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