JD Supra Corporate Brief: Data Protection, Money Laundering, Undocumented Workers, Ponzi Schemes

A little perspective: on September 3, 1929, the Dow Jones industrial average closed at 381.17, its highest point before Black Tuesday…

Will the EU’s data protection regulation ever see the light of day? (Wilson Sonsini)

“OK, OK – we’ll give back the $47 million if you promise not to prosecute us for money laundering…” (Fuerst Ittleman David & Joseph)

EU says “yes,” US says “no” to the proposed American – US Airways merger? (Reed Smith)

The EEOC is getting significant pushback on its criminal background checks policy… (Corporate Law Report)

No, undocumented workers are not entitled to back pay under the NLRA… (Ogletree Deakins)

Corporate policies and procedures aren’t meant to fill binders, but rather to influence employee behavior… (NAVEX Global)

As it turns out, the patent litigation sky is NOT falling… (MBHB)

Just what is a Ponzi scheme, exactly? (Orrick)

Despite numerous and compelling reasons to the contrary, CLOs will be subject to risk retention requirements… (Dechert)

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