JD Supra Corporate Brief: Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity Framework, Safe Harbor, LIBOR Administrator

On this day in 1801, an electoral college tie was resolved when the House of Representatives named Thomas Jefferson President of the United States, and Aaron Burr Vice-President. Anybody else think that would have been an interesting outcome for the Bush v. Gore election?

Robotics, artificial intelligence, and automation are transforming the workplace. So what does it mean for employers? (Littler)

A first look at Obama’s newly released cybersecurity framework for the nation’s critical infrastructure… (Corporate Law Report)

Here’s a 2014 to-do list for every employer… (Erin Denniston Leach at Snell & Wilmer)

The moral of the story? Don’t lie about your US-EU Safe Harbor certification status… (Ann Killilea at McDermott Will & Emery)

Five lessons for companies facing an SEC investigation… (Jon Eisenberg at K&L Gates)

Out with the old LIBOR administrator, in with the new… (Justin Shipley at Jackson Walker)

It’s estimated that cyber-espionage and other cyber crimes cost between $24 and $120 billion every year in the US alone… (Alba Alessandro at Hodgson Russ)

The FDA has given the medical industry important boundaries for marketing products in the digital age… (Carolyne Hathaway and Amy Speros at Latham & Watkins)

One way to save a million dollars: show up for your FCPA trial… (Ryan Brady and Kathleen Hamann at White & Case)

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