JD Supra Corporate Brief: Data Collection, Background Checks, Two-Step Acquisitions, Securities Fraud

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New guidance from the Digital Advertising Alliance sets forth specific requirements for the collection and use of data from mobile devices… (Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati)

Financial institutions that use criminal background checks to screen job applicants should be prepared for increased EEOC scrutiny… (Ballard Spahr)

Do the two-step: A new Delaware General Corporation Law rule that provides a cost-effective procedure to consummate two-step acquisitions goes into effect on August 1… (Skadden)

The next wave of wage-hour litigation in California might come from cashiers who want to sit down on the job… (JAMS, The Resolution Experts)

Heads up, federal contractors: the Fifth Circuit just held KBR liable for kickbacks accepted by the company’s employees… (Bradley Arant Boult Cummings)

Sponsors of global stock plans must comply with a host of legal and tax regimes. This update will help… (Pillsbury)

Restructuring the city of Detroit’s $18 billion debt will be long and challenging… (Corporate Law Report)

Insurance companies may be stuck with the bill for Bear Stearns’ $250 million securities fraud settlement if a recent appeals court ruling holds up… (Orrick)

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