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Do lawyers have an ethical obligation to be vaccinated against Covid19?

By Taher Kameli   The COVID19 crisis has dramatically shaken all the markets. Yet, we – lawyers and law firms – have responded quickly while effectively serving our clients and maintaining our practices. Probably you have heard about companies constantly reviewing and revising their COVID 19 guidelines as the pandemic continues. As a result, many employers may wonder what to do if a worker refuses to be vaccinated. Some consequences have been dismissals or unpaid leave. Some employers have already

SEC: Possible changes to private funds

By Taher Kameli     The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has been very busy in recent weeks, as a series of rules have been announced as part of their 2022 agenda. These include areas such as cybersecurity, risk management, more reporting under Form PF, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) disclosures, beneficial proposed changes in ownership regulations, and new reporting under short-term sales rules are included.   The SEC will also make significant changes to the Investment Adviser Act of 1940, which could affect

SEC vs Seyed Taher Kameli: final decision on EB-5 case

SEC vs Seyed Taher Kameli: final decision on EB-5 case

Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) v. Seyed Taher Kameli On January 24, 2022, Seyed Taher Kameli, without admitting or denying the SEC’s allegations of fraud, agreed to the entry of a final judgment in the U.S. District Court of the Northern District of Illinois. As summarized in the SEC’s press release, the second amended complaint,  filed in May 2019, alleged the following facts: “Kameli and his companies, Defendants Chicagoland Foreign

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