JD Supra Corporate Brief: Dodd-Frank, Myanmar Exports, M&A Brokers, LinkedIn Announcements

On this day in 1803, the United States Supreme Court established the doctrine of judicial review when it ruled in Mabury v. Madison that Section 13 of the Judiciary Act of 1789 was unconstitutional.

What do bank boards of directors need to know about Dodd-Frank? These five things… (Paul Reynolds at Dinsmore & Shohl)

US companies seeking to do business with Myanmar just got a big boost from the government… (Aaron Hutman, Michael Schumaecker, and Christopher Wall at Pillsbury)

The SEC tells M&A brokers: no registration required… (Corporate Law Report)

Does your former employee’s LinkedIn announcement of her new job violate your non-compete? (Michael Schmidt at Cozen O’Connor)

The CFPB’s plan to expand Home Mortgage Disclosure Act data reporting could increase the risk of fair lending claims… (Alan Clark and Edmund Harllee at Williams Mullen)

People with cancer, diabetes, epilepsy, and intellectual disabilities are now protected from discrimination under the ADA… (WeComply)

New ITC investigations into solar products from China and Taiwan could cause a major supply disruption for projects in the United States… (Peter Dean, Ruth Harper, and Mark Herlach at Sutherland)

This is why banks must respond to cybersecurity threats immediately AND effectively… (Pedro Pavon at Carlton Fields Jorden Burt)

The online sales landscape in Europe is about to change… (Stephan Rippert and Dr. Alin Seegel at Reed Smith)

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