JD Supra Corporate Brief: Dumping Claims, Free Trade, Ethics Rules, Data Privacy

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A change in the way the US Commerce Dept reviews dumping claims could be costly to smaller exporters… (Harry Clark and Clark McFadden at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe)

Europe and the US have entered a second round of negotiations over an EU-US free trade agreement… (Aline Doussin and Mike Pullen at DLA Piper)

Oh, what a tangled ethics web the SEC weaves … for US public companies… (Alexander Cohen, Kirk Davenport, and Joel Trotter at Latham & Watkins)

A comprehensive look at where we are now – and where we’re going – under the draft EU data protection regulation… (Joanna Lopatowska and Karin Retzer at Morrison & Foerster)

Court rules an employee with crying spells after daughter’s sexual assault does have viable FMLA claim… (Jeff Nowak at Franczek Radelet)

Plaintiffs’ lawyers are constantly searching for the next mega lawsuit, and data privacy looks very promising… (Robert McKenna at Orrick)

If the EPA chooses a foolishly overconservative approach to risk assessment, it cannot ignore the results when it realizes that it has been too conservative… (Foley Hoag)

Going through bankruptcy outside the US? A Chapter 15 might be just what you need to protect your US assets… (Joanne Lee at Foley & Lardner)

A cautionary tale of what could happen when employers don’t save plan documents until they are absolutely, positively, no longer needed… (Angela Bohmann at Leonard, Street and Deinard)

Ethics and compliance aren’t solely about limiting risks… (Shanti Atkins at NAVEX Global)

Is your business immigration program prepared for a whistleblower attack? (John Davis and Mary Pivec at Williams Mullen)

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