JD Supra Corporate Brief: Caution on Boards, Fracking in Europe, EEOC in Court, Energy in California

Let the JD Supra Corporate Brief turn your Monday into “Funday:”

In the face of market volatility and economic pressures, who can blame boards of directors for being cautious? (Cadwalader)

The future of fracking in Europe is uncertain… (BakerHostetler)

The shutdown is over – now what? (Mintz Levin)

The gig is up for investment advisers providing interim services “at cost”… (Morrison & Foerster)

In the world of criminal antitrust, the agreement is the crime, whether it’s implemented or not… (Carlton Fields)

EEOC to courts: butt out, and let us resolve discrimination charges our own way… (Baker Donelson)

Mexico’s new anti-money laundering rule has taken effect… (Reed Smith)

California just became the first state in the nation to adopt an energy storage requirement for public utilities… (Lewis Roca Rothgerber)

The EU’s new Union Customs Code should bring down costs and increase legal certainty for companies doing business in Europe… (White & Case)

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