JD Supra Corporate Brief: Compliance Programs, Pipeline Permitting, Unpaid Internships, Criminal Antitrust

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Want to know how your company’s internal compliance reporting compares to that of corporations around the globe? Read this 19-page report… (NAVEX Global)

Hey look – it’s a letter from the Department of Labor. I wonder what they want… (Dinsmore)

What’s your worst nightmare? (Leonard, Street and Deinard)

Representative Mike Pompeo wants to speed up the natural gas pipeline permitting process… (Ballard Spahr)

Unpaid internships not eligible for class action status (but don’t get the wrong idea…) (BakerHostetler)

California law requires many foreign corporations to send annual reports to shareholders… (Allen Matkins)

Significant reforms to US export control rules will soon go into effect – are you ready? (Miller Canfield)

Last year the Antitrust Division collected over $1 billion in criminal fines and sent a number of senior executives to prison. So why don’t global businesses care more about antitrust compliance? (Michael Volkov)

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