JD Supra Corporate Brief: Bribery Probes, USPTO Invoices, Foreign Currencies, Mental Disorders

One day, maybe soon, you’ll just close your eyes and the morning law news will be piped directly into your brain as you head into the office. Until then: the JD Supra Corporate Brief.

Chinese authorities have detained high-level GlaxoSmithKline managers in three cities as part of a bribery probe (Mintz Levin)

From sale of stock you get … additional flexibility, thanks to a new IRS rule (Miller & Martin)

Is that an official invoice from the USPTO? Or just an official looking one… (Duane Morris)

Think undervalued foreign currencies put US manufacturers at a disadvantage? There may be a solution… (King & Spalding)

Barry Diller must pay nearly $500,000 to settle charges of violating the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act (Morgan Lewis)

Claims that generic drug makers are responsible for design defects come up short. But probably not for long… (Sheppard Mullin)

The American Psychiatric Association just released a new edition of its Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. And that could spell trouble for employers… (Fisher & Phillips)

Need to make personnel cuts in your Asia operations? Read this… (DLA Piper)

Religious for-profit corporations can challenge the Affordable Care Act’s birth control mandate (Littler)

There’s more where these came from: JD Supra Law News>>