JD Supra Corporate Brief: Attorney-Client Privilege, Brazil Corruption Law, Patent Troll Bill, JP Morgan Settlement

Dateline, November 22, 1963: President John F. Kennedy is assassinated in Dallas, Texas.

Avoid embarrassment! Impress your friends! Know the difference between warranty and indemnity!
(Richard Hsu at Shearman & Sterling)

Who owns attorney-client privilege after a merger? (Herbert Kozlov and Edward Prokop at Reed Smith)

Brazil’s new anti-corruption law goes into effect soon – are you ready? (Arturo Holguin, Pablo Quiñones, and Francisco Rivero at Reed Smith)

Yeah, the Obamacare rollout is a fiasco. But it’s not likely to have any effect on the employer mandate… (Dan Handman at Hirschfeld Kraemer)

<Sigh> Another day, another anti-patent troll bill… (Andrew Williams at MBHB)

Here’s an early look at the $13 billion JPMorgan Chase settlement with the Department of Justice… (Jeremy Sahn and Philip Stein at Bilzin Sumberg)

Yes, you can fire employees over inappropriate social media activity – but don’t take it for granted… (Michael Schmidt at Cozen O’Connor)

Not every whistleblower is protected under the Dodd-Frank Act… (Grant Alexander, Nicolas Morgan, and Michael Sheehan at DLA Piper)

The road ahead for healthcare reform? Questions. Lots and lots of questions… (Adam Maingot, Sheryl Rosen, and Robert Slavkin at Akerman)

Changes to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act put pressure on companies that collect data online… (Julia Jacobson at McDermott Will & Emery)

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