JD Supra Corporate Brief: Double Non-Taxation, Telemarketing Fraud, Whistleblower Protections, Inflation Risks

On July 22, 1937, the US Senate votes down President Franklin Roosevelt’s plan to add more justices to the Supreme Court.

The OECD has launched an ambitious plan to overhaul the international taxation system – and eliminate “double non-taxation” – over the next 24 months… (Skadden Arps)

It’s time to relearn how to do business in the world’s seventh largest economy… (DLA Piper)

The FTC plans to ban remotely created checks and payment orders to stop telemarketing fraud – but the move could affect legitimate businesses… (Manatt)

Appeals court rules that Dodd-Frank whistleblower protections only apply to people who provide information to the SEC (Foley & Lardner)

Want to mitigate inflation risk in your outsourcing contracts? Read this… (Pillsbury)

The Taxman cometh: sponsors of self-insured health plans must pay a new ACA fee beginning July 31… (Lowenstein Sandler)

Can foreign banks operating in the US comply with home country privacy laws when making court-ordered disclosures of customer information? (Mintz Levin)

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission thinks electric transmission operators and natural gas pipelines ought to be sharing more… (Davis Wright Tremaine)

Time for a change? The OCC is stepping up scrutiny of bank and federal savings association debt sales practices… (Ballard Spahr)

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