JD Supra Corporate Brief: Big Data, Broker-Dealers, Graphene Inventions, Arbitration Agreements

Go ahead, pour yourself another cup. It’s Friday after all, and the world can wait while you sip your coffee and read your JD Supra Corporate Brief:

Big data creates big dangers for consumer privacy, says the FTC chair… (Ropes & Gray)

Here’s one lawyer’s take on the evolution of white collar crime prosecution over the past fifty years… (Morvillo Abramowitz)

Broker-dealers need to start preparing for the new SEC financial responsibility and reporting requirements… (Dechert)

Patenting graphene inventions ain’t what it used to be… (Fenwick & West)

What All Multinationals Can Learn from the Glaxo China Trouble (Corporate Law Report)

Yes, sometimes employers can discipline employees for inappropriate social media posts… (Littler)

Now may be the right time to make a push for mandatory arbitration in employee agreements… (Gray Plant Mooty)

Six federal regulators have proposed a new risk retention rule for sponsors of securitization transactions… (Leonard, Street and Deinard)

Do the two-step: Delaware just amended its General Corporation Law to simplify and streamline the going private process… (Sheppard Mullin)

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