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Entries in General Cable (3)

Monday
Apr232018

Wendt and Sultan on oral downloads: What should counsel share with the SEC?

In prior posts, we covered (1) how two former General Cable executives, now defendants in an SEC enforcement action, sought to compel Morgan Lewis (General Cable’s counsel) to share interview memoranda and notes, investigation reports and other materials from the firm’s internal investigation, and (2) how Judge Jonathan Goodman ruled in the defendants’ favor in part by holding that Morgan Lewis had waived work product protections through oral disclosures of interviews to the SEC.

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Thursday
Apr192018

Wendt and Sultan: How ‘oral downloads’ created a work-product protection waiver

As discussed in our prior post, the SEC charged Mathias Francisco Sandoval Herrera and Maria D. Cidre, two former executives from General Cable, with accounting fraud in January 2017. In response, these defendants sought to compel General Cable’s counsel, Morgan Lewis, to produce certain materials related to the firm’s corresponding investigation for the company, including investigation interview notes, SEC meeting notes, and an investigation report.

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Wednesday
Apr182018

Wendt and Sultan: What are ‘oral downloads’ to the SEC and why do they matter?

A fascinating discovery dispute arose recently in the Southern District of Florida for professionals focused on internal investigations and the negotiation of resolutions with the SEC and DOJ. It involved the SEC, two former executives from General Cable Corporation, and General Cable’s external counsel Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP.

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