JD Supra Corporate Brief: China Trademarks, Offshore Wind, Mandatory Arbitration, Butterfly Effect

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Good news: the G20 finally agree on something. Too bad it’s about sharing tax records around the world… (BakerHostetler)

China just revised its trademark law again… (Sheppard Mullin)

It’s time for federal contractors to start taking seriously equal employment opportunities for veterans and people with disabilities… (Ervin Cohen & Jessup)

Well, well, look what the offshore wind auction blew in… (Foley & Lardner)

Telemarketers have until October 16 to change their automatic dialing procedures… (Corporate Law Report)

Could Congress put an end to mandatory arbitration in broker and investment adviser agreements? (Eckerle Law)

The new Butterfly Effect: Corruption in China leads to shareholder lawsuits in the US… (Morrison & Foerster)

Are lenders responsible for verifying the accuracy and effectiveness of loan assignments? (Duane Morris)

Two for two times three = good news for employers… (Fisher & Phillips)

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