JD Supra Corporate Brief: Cybersecurity Framework, FCPA Enforcement, Marijuana Money, Food Safety

Enough is enough: on this day in 1951, the Twenty-second Amendment to the US Constitution was ratified, limiting presidents to two terms.

Five things every in-house counsel should understand about the NIST Cybersecurity Framework… (King & Spalding)

Are you listening to what the SEC is saying about the FCPA? (Aaron Tidman at Mintz Levin)

Feds to banks: we probably won’t bother you for taking marijuana money… (Corporate Law Report)

What’s new in Chinese anti-monopoly law enforcement? (John Huang at McDermott Will & Emery)

OSHA + Food Safety Modernization Act + whistleblower claims = interim final rule… (Sarah Bouchard and Lauren Marzullo at Morgan Lewis)

President Obama’s climate change strategy now rests squarely in the hands of the nine Supreme Court justices… (Michael Blaisdell and Paul Gutermann at Akin Gump)

New York’s anti-bullying law is moving toward passage – but employers in every state should ban bullying from the workplace… (Anne Simet at Hodgson Russ)

The White House is not letting up on patent reform… (Wesley Helmholz at Orrick)

What does Iran sanctions relief mean for businesses in the Middle East? (Neal Brendel, Daniel Gerkin, Monique O’Donoghue, and Jerome Zaucha at K&L Gates)

[Hot Topic] Cybersecurity

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