JD Supra Corporate Brief: Cyber Attacks, China Regulations, Virtual Currencies, Religious Accommodation

We know how this turned out… On this day in 1876, both Alexander Graham Bell and Elisha Gray applies for a patent on the telephone.

Worried you might be targeted for a cyber attack? Read this. Today… (Roberta Anderson and Katherine Blair at K&L Gates)

China’s current regulatory environment continues to present new challenges for the pharmaceutical sector, and all signs indicate these risks will only increase… (Glenn Engelmann, John Kocoras, and Leon C.G. Liu at McDermott Will & Emery)

What do Bitcoin and other virtual currencies need to be legitimate? (Jason Wisniewski, JD Supra Perspectives)

Religious accommodation claims are on the EEOC’s radar screen – so they must be on your radar screen too… (Heather Steele at Fisher & Phillips)

It’s taken a year, but the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity is finally here… (Jim Halpert, Ryan Sulkin, and Sydney White at DLA Piper)

It remains to be seen whether deferred prosecution agreements for corruption and bribery will be effective in the UK… (Raymond Sweigart at Pillsbury)

Fracking operations that use diesel fuel as a propping agent are now subject to new permit requirements… (Michael Mills and Robin Seifried at Stoel Rives)

How fast is “expedient” when you’re reporting a data breach? (Craig Hoffman and Charles Shih at BakerHostetler)

FCPA enforcement is coming to the private investment industry – and firms should act now to minimize exposure… (Proskauer)

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