JD Supra Corporate Brief: Annual Meetings, SEC Priorities, Information Governance, Trade Disputes

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Getting ready for year-end SEC filings and the 2014 annual meeting? Read this first… (Megan Gates and Pamela Greene at Mintz Levin)

2014 priorities for the SEC’s investigation arm: fraud, conflicts of interest, technology, and more… (Michael Sherman at Dechert)

It’s nothing personal, but you need to be smart about your BYOD workplace policy… (Alison Alpert, Gordon Berger, Tracey Diamond, Cynthia Moir, and Grant Petersen; JD Supra Perspectives)

Information is the lifeblood of businesses. But a messy house can open the door to unnecessary costs and liabilities… (Judy Selby and James Sherer at BakerHostetler)

The latest US import in the UK is an important new tool in the fight against corporate corruption…  (Duncan Grieve and Kevin Roberts at Morrison & Foerster)

The first step to getting the feds to help you go after a trade secret thief? Reading this update… (Quinn Emanuel)

China just took steps to resolve a trade dispute with the US over cars and chickens… (King & Spalding)

Is it ever a good idea to repeat risk factors in a 10-Q? (Alexander Cohen, Kirk Davenport, Joel Trotter at Latham & Watkins)

It’s getting tough out there for the financial industry… (Michael Volkov at The Volkov Group)

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