Articles From Patrick Costello

Boardrooms and handcuffs-Not a pretty sight By Patrick Costello Corporate Law Departments, May 2004 With the recent corporate scandals at Enron, Tyco and WorldCom making front-page news, the sight of handcuffed corporate executives being escorted by armed federal marshals has become an all-too-common sight.
The Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002: What does it mean to industry? By Patrick Costello Corporate Law Departments, February 2004 Following the events of September 11, 2001, Congress expanded its pending maritime anti-smuggling legislation to include the increased threat of terror attacks at ports and other maritime locations, which constitute the hubs of American vessel traffic

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