JD Supra Corporate Brief: Big Data, Green Trade, iPad Regulation, Ukraine Sanctions

On March 11, 1999, Infosys became the first Indian company to be listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange.

Mo’ data mo problems… (Judy Selby at BakerHostetler)

Going green + going global = going great! (King & Spalding)

When is an iPad more than an iPad? When it’s an FDA regulated medical device, for starters… (Sharon Klein and Dayna Nicholson at Pepper Hamilton)

One critical takeaway from the Lawson ruling that’s not getting a lot of press: using third parties creates a higher risk of fines, litigation, and damage to reputation… (Shanti Atkins and Randy Stephens at NAVEX Global)

What are the effects of US and EU sanctions on businesses with activities in Ukraine? (Jaimie Boucher, Brian Christiansen, Frederic Depoortere, William Sweet, and Sean Thornton at Skadden Arps)

The SEC’s latest insider trading trial ended in a split decision… (Thomas Gorman at Dorsey & Whitney)

SOX it to me, baby… (Maggie Grace, W. Warren Hamel, and Todd Horn at Venable)

The FDA just proposed a new policy to boost development of fixed-combination drug products… (Corporate Law Report)

Since 1997, plaintiffs have filed more than 3,200 securities fraud lawsuits that have resulted in approximately $75 billion in settlements… (Ryan Andreoli, William Foley, and Jason Halper at Cadwalader)

Turns out GlaxoSmithKline’s description of the solvate at work in Avodart was just fine… (Carlson Caspers)

[Supra du Jour] The Securities and Exchange Commission

[Featured Author] Rick Fischer at Morrison & Foerster

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