JD Supra Corporate Brief: Electronic Discovery, Steven Cohen, Joint Ventures, Spoofing Cheetah

Yes, it’s Monday. But a good cup of coffee, a blueberry scone, and the JD Supra Corporate Brief can help…

Who should pay the costs of electronic discovery? It depends on where you ask… (Cullen and Dykman)

Interesting perspective on the charges against Steven Cohen from a former staff attorney at the SEC… (Brooks Pierce)

Is it time for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to go? (Bilzin Sumberg)

US companies may have another weapon to wield in the fight against intellectual property theft: their state attorney general… (Orrick)

Maybe your anti-bribery program isn’t working when your employees develop a strategy for evading internal compliance controls… (Mintz Levin)

International joint ventures can create a number of regulatory and reputational risks for any company… (Dechert)

An appeals court just provided some clarity into the factors courts may weigh in deciding which assets the government may seize in fraud cases… (Saul Ewing)

The long fight over regulation of the private equity and venture capital industry in China is over… (Sheppard Mullin)

Spoofing cheetah named Panther hit with $2.8 million charge in the CFTC’s first disruptive trading settlement… (Bracewell & Giuliani)

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