JD Supra Corporate Brief: Cyber Insurance, Financial Employers, Bitcoin Payments, Net Neutrality

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Yes, you need insurance for data breaches – because it’s not of a question of “if,” but “when”… (Roberta Anderson at K&L Gates)

Pay disputes, whistleblower programs, and other hot topics for employers in the financial services industry… (John Fullerton and Jason Kaufman at Epstein Becker & Green)

What to consider before accepting Bitcoin as payments? These four things, for starters… (David Deitch at The Ifrah Law Firm)

Five ways the FCC could respond to invalidation of its ‘net neutrality’ rules… (JD Supra Perspectives)

The DOJ’s “Operation Choke Point” targeting banks that service questionable payday lenders just landed its first settlement… (Marjorie Peerce, Jeremy Rosenblum, and Christopher Willis at Ballard Spahr)

Should Target file an 8-K over its recent data breach? (Cynthia Larose and Adam Veness at Mintz Levin)

The deadline to provide employees and former employers with ISO and ESPP information statements is rapidly approaching… (Megan Muir at DLA Piper)

Turns out that patent might be good for four more months… (Melissa Hunter-Ensor, Brian Landry, and Peter Lauro at Saul Ewing)

The Supreme Court just made it harder to sue multinationals in U.S. courts for injuries that happened outside the United States… (Vivek Krishnamurthy at Foley Hoag)

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