JD Supra Corporate Brief: California Fracking, COPPA Rules, Off-label Marketing, FRAND Royalties

Today’s forecast: partly cloudy with a chance of law news:

Will California lawmakers succeed in keeping fracking out of the state? (LXBN)

Could President Obama’s proposed new cap on tax-favored retirement benefits do a lot more harm than good? (Osler)

According to FINRA, employee social media privacy laws may conflict with securities regulations and threaten investor protection (Proskauer)

The revised Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act goes into effect on July 1, 2013. Are you ready? (Thompson Coburn)

Is the Department of Justice adopting a less aggressive stance toward off-label marketing of pharmaceutical products? (Morvillo Abramowitz)

Administer a participant-directed retirement plan? It’s almost time to disclose fees… (Pillsbury)

Is your company prepared for a cyber attack? (Corporate Law Report)

There’s a first time for everything: federal court sets fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory royalty rates for standard essential patents… (McDermott Will & Emery)

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