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Michael Guggenheim

Michael Guggenheim is an associate in the Litigation Department.

Michael earned his J.D. from Harvard Law School and his B.A., summa cum laude, from Rutgers University. While at law school, Michael worked for the Litigation Department of the San Francisco City Attorney, was a teaching assistant for the Harvard Law School Negotiation Workshop, and litigated election law cases with Common Cause. He also served as the Executive Managing Editor of the Harvard Law & Policy Review and coached the Boston College mock trial team.

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“Clawback Comeback”: DOJ’s New Focus on Clawbacks to Prevent Corporate Crime

In September 2022, Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco delivered remarks unveiling the Department of Justice’s revised corporate crime guidance to “prioritize and prosecute corporate crime.” She reiterated that the number one priority for the DOJ is “individual accountability.” To that end, Monaco emphasized that the DOJ will “reward” companies that claw back compensation from executives … Continue Reading
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