Professionals Speak: Skadden Publications

28 Feb 2013
By Asia Society

Skadden partners Ki Hong and Dwight Yoo co-authored Government Affairs and Government Procurement Compliance and Jumping the Gun: Social Media and IPO Communications Issues, respectively, which appeared in 2013 Insights, the firm’s annual compendium of articles on critical legal issues facing clients (January 2013). Skadden partner Alec Chang also co-authored a bylined article, Thoughts on Google’s FTC Settlement, which was published by Law360 (Jan. 4, 2013).

“2013 Insights: Regulatory – Government Affairs and Government Procurement Compliance

Skadden partner Ki Hong co-authored Government Affairs and Government Procurement Compliance, which appeared in 2013 Insights, the firm’s annual compendium of articles on critical legal issues facing clients. Ki’s article discussed the increasingly complex laws facing corporations and other organizations engaged in government affairs or government procurement activities, including issues regarding contributions, lobbying activities, conflicts of interest, gifts and related matters at the federal, state and local levels. The article also examined the implications of notable inaugural and transition activities taking place in 2013.

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“2013 Insights: Capital Markets – Jumping the Gun: Social Media and IPO Communications Issues”

Skadden partner Dwight Yoo co-authored Jumping the Gun: Social Media and IPO Communications Issues, which appeared in 2013 Insights, the firm’s annual compendium of articles on critical legal issues facing clients. Dwight’s article discussed how the increasing appeal of corporate social media also can present significant risks when a company plans to go public in the United States, and offered practical guidance into understanding the various SEC rules restricting communications during the IPO process.

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Thoughts on Google’s FTC Settlement”

Skadden partner Alec Chang co-authored Thoughts on Google’s FTC Settlement, which was published by Law360. Alec’s article reported on the Federal Trade Commission ending its highly publicized and wide-ranging investigation into Google Inc.’s business practices with an enforcement action that has been described by some as a “slap on the wrist.”

Read the full article here.