JD Supra Corporate Brief: Accounting Fraud, Stolen Secrets, Activist Investors, EPA Limits

Why did the chicken cross the road? To read the JD Supra Corporate Brief, of course. And to get one of those cronuts everyone keeps talking about around the coop…

How companies can prepare for the SEC’s renewed focus on accounting fraud… (Skadden Arps)

A cautionary tale for every employer that lets workers access both personal and professional email on company-provided smartphones… (XpertHR)

“How long you in for?” “15 years – for stealing trade secrets…” (Orrick)

There may be less to JPMorgan’s admission of wrongdoing in the London Whale trades than meets the eye… (Brooks Pierce)

The NLRB is back in full force – and that means new challenges for employers… (Dinsmore)

What can public companies learn from the recent successful defenses against activist investors by Alere and Walter Energy? (Morrison & Foerster)

The European Commission wants to make it easier for victims of antitrust violations to seek damages… (Labaton Sucharow)

What do the EPA’s proposed limits on carbon emissions mean for new power plants? (Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck)

Here’s a comprehensive look at the regulation of mobile payments in the US… (Cox Smith)

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