JD Supra Corporate Brief: Chinese Anti-bribery Enforcement, ITC Order Veto, Export Control Laws, Food Safety Whistleblower

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US authorities have probably prosecuted more American companies for bribery in China than have the Chinese – but that’s changing… (Akin Gump)

What does the FTC look at when deciding if energy and chemical deals warrant a “second request” under HSR? (BakerHostetler)

President Obama’s recent veto of an International Trade Commission exclusion order may spell the end of standard-essential patents at the ITC… (Duane Morris)

Common sense prevails in theft of trade secrets lawsuit… (Clingen Callow & McLean)

Is your company ready for the coming changes to US export control laws? (Holland & Knight)

Brazil’s president just signed the Brazilian Clean Company Act, a rigorous new anti-corruption law which should go into effect in 180 days… (Akerman)

One of the first whistleblower lawsuits under the Food Safety Modernization Act was filed earlier this year… (Morgan Lewis)

Things appear to be looking up for Wyndham in its fight with the FTC over data breach policies… (Mintz Levin)

Going into the BRIC economies? Make sure you understand the hidden costs of cheap labor… (DLA Piper)

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