JD Supra Corporate Brief: Abusive Practices, Illegal Subsidies, Credit Ratings, Patent Trolls, I-9 Data

Long week? Kick back with the JD Supra Corporate Brief. You’ll feel better…

The CFPB just took action against a debt collector for “abusive practices.” And the entire debt-collection industry should sit up and take notice (Foley & Lardner)

You can relax now: NASDAQ is withdrawing its proposal to require listed companies maintain an internal audit function (Holland & Knight)

The FHFA wants Federal Home Loan Banks to develop their own credit ratings systems? (BuckleySandler)

The White House plan to stop patent trolls isn’t a quick fix, and it won’t help everyone (Corporate Law Report)

According to this report, a number of Chinese industries receive illegal subsidies from the government (King & Spalding)

Sharing I-9 data with payroll providers may be illegal? Well, this certainly complicates matters, doesn’t it? (Morgan Lewis)

Mutual Pharmaceutical Co. v. Bartlett may be about generic drugs, but the Supreme Court ruling will have major implications for big pharma when it is revealed later this month… (Quinn Emmanuel)

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