JD Supra Corporate Brief: Cybersecurity Standards, Drone Laws, Employee Handbooks, SEC Trials

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The US Senate is moving quickly to address the need for federal data security and breach notification standards… (Francine Friedman and Alice Hsu at Akin Gump)

Drones are a normal part of life in many countries, like China, Japan, Australian, and South Africa. So why not here? (King & Spalding)

Should your employee handbook be sitting in the Smithsonian instead of the company intranet? (Kevin Connelly at DLA Piper)

Alleged inside traders: 1, SEC: 0… (Thomas Gorman at Dorsey & Whitney)

SEC: 1, admitted violator of recordkeeping rules: 0… (Kevin Askew, Jim Meyers, and Suzette Pringle at Orrick)

Do Business in Europe? You’ll want to follow these five developments in 2014… (Corporate Law Report)

Lawmakers want to make employee misclassification a freestanding violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act… (Ted Boehm at Fisher & Phillips)

Here’s the latest on California’s evolving hydraulic fracking and well stimulation regulations… (Joel Mack at Latham & Watkins)

You could learn a lot about crisis management from Bridgegate… (Jamie Diaferia at Infinite Public Relations)

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