JD Supra Corporate Brief: Dual-Track Process, Conflict Minerals Disclosure, Forced-Placed Insurance, Insider Trading Risk

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There are two reasons companies should pursue a dual-track mergers and acquisition and initial public offering process… (Cathy Birkeland at Latham & Watkins)

Will you be ready for the conflict minerals disclosure deadline? (David Lavan at Dinsmore & Shohl)

Is forced-placed insurance on the way out? (Anthony Narula and Robert Siegel at Bilzin Sumberg)

The assumption that insider trading risk is limited to “a handful of corporate insiders” is an extraordinarily dangerous assumption to make… (Ed Petry at NAVEX Global)

Social media is causing new problems in the old country… (Ann Bevitt and Karin Retzer at Morrison & Foerster)

A recent study found that more than 50% of surveyed executives at large US manufacturers have plans to reshore production from China… (King & Spalding)

Privacy and business needs are focus of latest NIST cybersecurity framework… (Corporate Law Report)

“Manifest disregard of the law” is alive and well… (Liz Kramer at Leonard, Street and Deinard)

New HSR rules mean more filings for pharmaceutical companies transferring patent rights… (Jeffrey Brennan and Carla Hine at McDermott Will & Emery)

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