JD Supra Corporate Brief: Copyright Decisions, Leaning In, Security Audits, Iran Sanctions

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It’s likely to be one of the most significant Supreme Court copyright law decisions in nearly 30 years… (Marc Miller and Melissa Reinckens at DLA Piper)

Does leaning in make legal sense for employers? Definitely… (John Furfaro, Risa Salins, Anne Villanueva at Skadden Arps)

Conduct a security audit, and other ways to help prevent a data security breach… (WeComply)

For many EU companies, the practical impact of the relaxed Iran sanctions remains to be seen… (Baker Botts)

Here’s how 2013’s activist shareholders and judicial rulings are likely to influence the M&A market in 2014… (Jason Halper, William Mills, and Martin Seidel at Cadwalader)

Immigration updates for employers: H-1B quotas, E-Verify, I-9 audits, and more… (Corporate Law Report)

Shanghai’s Free Trade Zone has been heralded as a testing ground for freeing up key sectors of the Chinese economy from direct state control… (Richard Grams at Benesch)

Will Congress give President Obama fast-track authority for trade agreements? (King & Spalding)

It may not be front page news, but the NLRB continues to go after employers for social media policies that violate employee rights… (Michael Westheimer at Buchalter Nemer)

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