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Richard Levick

Increased Anti-Corruption Enforcement

International business has never been more lucrative – or more potentially dangerous to corporate executives, board members, and their business...

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Richard Levick

Your Company’s Surprising Supply Chain Exposure on Huawei

Huawei, the Chinese corporate behemoth whose tentacles reach around the globe, continues to draw the Trump Administration’s ire. Although its...

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Crisis

Richard Levick

How Do Companies Lead in an Age of Massacre and Politicization?

After a shocking weekend of domestic terrorism, where fatalities are listed like so many sports scores, and our collective sense of mourning is...

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Crisis

Richard Levick

Should Companies Retaliate Against Hackers?

Reflecting on the past decade, this much is readily apparent: Regulation cannot keep up with the pace of technological change. In his column in...

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Richard Levick

How Huawei Could Make Peace With Washington

“…when substantive and informed experts suggested something that should be done, it filtered way up into some Mandarin star chamber and came...

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Richard Levick

Is It Time For Puerto Rican Statehood?

Since Hurricane Maria’s devastating strike to Puerto Rico in 2017, there has been renewed interest in granting statehood for the island. In the...

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Litigation

Richard Levick

Litigation Financing: Leveling the Playing Field

Thirty years ago, I worked closely with a creative young partner at Howrey & Simon, Richard Fields. He was innovating insurance coverage at the...

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Richard Levick

Is U.S. Capitalism Dying?

“The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of...

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Richard Levick

Criminalizing The Boardroom

Expanding criminal and regulatory law. Increasingly vague, subjective legal definitions. Ambitious prosecutors and regulators. Combine these, and...

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Richard Levick

A Podcast Is Born

As part of a monthly new three-broadcast series (What’s Working in Washington on WFED and coming this fall, co-hosting the Corporate Counsel...

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Risk

Richard Levick

The Criminalization Of Corporate Behavior

“I love sports. Whenever I can, I always watch the Detroit Tigers on the radio.”-Gerald R. Ford In this over-communicated age, we wanted...

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