JD Supra Corporate Brief: Cyber Risk Disclosure, UK Bribery Act, International Corporate Taxation, Trade Secret Verdicts

The JD Supra Corporate Brief: good, and good for you…

85% of the Fortune 500 have begun to disclose their cybersecurity and data breach risks in public filings… (Mintz Levin)

Is the UK Bribery Act being held hostage to budget cuts? (Pillsbury)

Will the OECD succeed in eliminating what it believes to be the unfair and abusive tax practices of multinationals? (Dechert)

There’s plenty to learn about structuring complex distribution relationships from the Apple e-book decision… (K&L Gates)

What’s new in whistleblower protection? This… (Corporate Law Report)

Could proposed CMS reimbursement schedules for diagnostic medicine reduce the quality of patient care? (Foley & Lardner)

Has the era of massive trade secret verdicts arrived? These awards sure make it look that way… (Orrick)

The Fed is re-evaluating a rule that lets deposit-taking banks trade physical commodities… (Shipkevich)

A recently released NLRB memo provides valuable insight into the agency’s stance on employer social media and other workplace policies… (Proskauer)

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