JD Supra Corporate Brief: Crowdfunding Rules, Data Protection, Sleep Studies, Foreign Whistleblowers

It’s Friday, and that means a hearty helping of law news around the JD Supra breakfast table. Dig in!

How to run an IPO while pursuing a private confidential auction of your company? Start with this video…
(Cathy Birkeland at Latham & Watkins)

The new SEC crowdfunding proposal: one small step for regulators, one giant step for startups? (Corporate Law Report)

Talk about a rock and a hard place… (Gerald Ferguson and Alan Pate at BakerHostetler)

China just made it easier to move money across borders in IP deals… (Geoffrey Lin at Ropes & Gray)

This OIG report might keep some health providers up at night… (Benjamin Daniels and Donald Romano at Foley & Lardner)

Whistleblowers working outside the US probably aren’t going to be covered by Dodd-Frank’s anti-retaliation provisions… (Sutherland Asbill & Brennan)

This is why investment advisers should listen to the SEC… (Kelley Howes at Morrison & Foerster)

The American Arbitration Association just changed its rules for commercial arbitrations… (Gary Qualls at K&L Gates)

The California Supreme Court just made it easier for developers to challenge local affordable housing requirements… (Marc Bruner at Perkins Coie)

If your “cloud” is moored outside the US, you’ll want to read this update… (Benjamin Dean at Pillsbury)

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