Publications & News

The Case of the Missing Stradivarius: How WilmerHale Played a Role in Returning the Stolen Violin to its Owners

August 6, 2015

When renowned violin master and teacher Roman Totenberg passed away in 2012 at the age of 101, he died believing that his treasured Stradivarius violin was stolen following a 1980 performance in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and that it would never be recovered.

The Case of the Missing Stradivarius

Publications

September 3, 2015

FinCEN Proposes AML Requirements for Registered Investment Advisers

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has proposed long-expected regulations that would extend anti-money laundering (AML) requirements to federally...Read More


September 2, 2015

Preserving the Corporate Privilege in Internal Investigations: DC Circuit Clarifies Scope of the Privilege in Important Series of Decisions

For the second time in just over a year, the DC Circuit granted the extraordinary remedy of a writ of mandamus to protect a company’s assertion of privilege over...Read More


August 31, 2015

Federal Circuit Patent Updates - August 2015

Summaries of and links to recent precedential and informative opinions.Read More


News

September 1, 2015

Former US Attorney Counsel, Chief of Staff Matthew Jones Joins WilmerHale

WilmerHale is pleased to announce the arrival of Matthew Jones, former Counsel and Chief of Staff to two US Attorneys for the District of Columbia, including former US...Read More


August 24, 2015

Gary Born Chairs Revisions of Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) Arbitration Rules

Gary Born, chair of the International Arbitration Practice at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, is chairing a newly formed Rules Revision Executive Committee at the ...Read More


August 20, 2015

GCR Ranks WilmerHale Competition Team Among Germany’s Best

In a recent survey of Germany’s competition bar, Global Competition Review once again ranked WilmerHale’s German Antitrust and Competition Practice among the best in the ...Read More