JD Supra Corporate Brief: Cybersecurity Checklist, Tax Reform, Iran Sanctions, Confidential Documents

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Here’s a Top Ten cybersecurity checklist for boards of directors… (Ed Batts at DLA Piper)

Canada is about to implement the harshest anti-spam law in the G-8 – and you need to know how it works… (Corporate Law Report)

Corporate tax reform is stuck in neutral – and from the looks of it, that’s good news for US corporations… (Paul Oosterhuis and Moshe Spinowitz at Skadden Arps)

Here are five things you should know about the temporary changes to Iran sanctions… (Corporate Compliance Report)

Six tips for a smooth 2014 proxy season… (Bonnie Roe at Cohen & Gresser)

Does it matter if a whistleblower takes confidential documents? (Christopher Anderson and Margaret Campbell at Ogletree Deakins)

Joining a trade association? Make sure you aren’t violating antitrust laws… (Burt Braverman at Davis Wright Tremaine)

Chinese affiliates of the “Big Four” accounting firms have been banned from auditing US-listed Chinese companies for six months… (Geoffrey Atkins, Paul Boltz, Kim Nemirow, R. Daniel O’Connor, and Mimi Yang at Ropes & Gray)

The FTC thinks Accretive Health engaged in unfair business practices when it failed to adequately protect the personal information of its patients… (WeComply)

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