JD Supra Corporate Brief: Cyber Attacks, Patent Eligibility, Proxy Voting, Dodd-Frank

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Is your IT security keeping up with increasingly complex and sophisticated cyber attacks? (Bertrand Liard and Agathe Malphettes at White & Case)

Wonder if your subject matter is patent eligible? Check the new USPTO guidelines… (Courtenay Brinckerhoff at Foley & Lardner)

More than a dozen high-profile companies have already received “enhanced confidential voting” proposals for the 2014 proxy seaon… (Garrett DeVries and Yuki Prefume Whitmire at Akin Gump)

Good news for employers: even the NLRB says that not all social networking posts by employees constitute protected concerted activity… (Eric Stuart at Ogletree Deakins)

Will Dodd-Frank put small banks out of business – and leave their customers out of luck? (Dongbin Christina Shin at Ballard Spahr)

The AvMed data breach settlement agreement likely will serve as a model for future data security class actions… (Elizabeth Hodge at Akerman)

Yes, there are still questions about myRA, but the smart money’s on a roll-out later this year… (King & Spalding)

The first step in avoiding China’s health care industry anti-corruption blacklist: read this update… (Aaron Tidman and Stephanie Willis at Mintz Levin)

Should employers pay workers for end-of-shift security screenings? (Brian Netter at Mayer Brown)

[Featured Author] Matt Bingham at Lewis Roca Rothgerber

[Hot Topic] Data Breaches

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