JD Supra Corporate Brief: Counterfeit Electronic Parts, Japanese Automobile Duties, Board Member Misconduct, Employer Patent Rights

Taking the A Train into the office? Take the JD Supra Corporate Brief with you:

How to lead a corporation in crisis? Go light on the consensus building and democratic decision-making… (Bloomberg Law)

Is your anti-corruption compliance program as good as Ralph Lauren’s? (Polsinelli)

Counterfeit electronic parts in the supply chain are a problem for all companies. But more so when your customers are the Department of Defense… (Snell & Wilmer)

The US is planning to reduce import duties on Japanese automobiles. Will the American automotive industry survive? (Foley & Lardner)

There’s something for everybody in this roundup of recent criminal antitrust developments… (Patton Boggs)

When good directors go bad… How to investigate allegations of board member misconduct (Perkins Coie)

Do you own the rights in a patent on your employees’ inventions? (Foley Hoag)

There are no nationwide protections against discrimination of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees. The EEOC plans to fix that (Pepper Hamilton)

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