JD Supra Corporate Brief: Bribery Act, Dodd-Frank, FMLA Abuse, Penny Stocks

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There’s a first time for everything: the Serious Fraud Office just charged three individuals with violating the UK Bribery Act… (Pillsbury)

Has Dodd-Frank been worth it? It depends on whom you ask… (King & Spalding)

Now more than ever, manufacturers need to keep FMLA abuse in check… (Foley & Lardner)

Google, Yahoo, and online advertising networks have agreed to work together to fight online piracy (Mintz Levin)

Need more proof that disregarding worker classification laws can be expensive? (Holland & Knight)

Best practices for internal investigations into discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and other employee complaints… (Hirschfeld Kraemer)

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act is woefully out of date, but that hasn’t stopped an exponential increase in TCPA lawsuits… (Patton Boggs)

This health care fraud lawsuit is just getting started, but one lesson is already clear: listen to your lawyer… (Ober|Kaler)

$1.4 million for ignoring suspicious activity when selling low-priced stocks? That’s a lot of pennies… (Morrison & Foerster)

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