JD Supra Corporate Brief: EU Antitrust Fines, IRS Compliance Checks, NIST Security Guidelines, CFPB Rulemaking Agenda

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The EU’s first “pay-for-delay” fine is a hard pill to swallow for pharmaceutical manufacturers… (K&L Gates)

The IRS has begun to conduct “compliance checks” of Section 457(b) plans… (McDermott Will & Emery)

Is heightened scrutiny of the eminent domain authority enjoyed by pipeline companies the new normal? (King & Spalding)

Where to go for guidelines on managing and securing employee mobile devices? The National Institute of Standards and Technology, of course (Mintz Levin)

Here’s a look at how to improve the CEO / HR relationship… (Ogletree Deakins)

The question of whether or not judges will accept predictive coding appears to be settled… (Foley & Lardner)

Congress and the president agree on the importance of increased energy efficiency. And that probably means new headaches for the private sector… (Patton Boggs)

For European corporates and financial institutions, here’s a good roundup of global governance and securities law developments (Shearman & Sterling)

The CFPB’s got a pretty ambitious rulemaking agenda for the next 12 months… (Ballard Spahr)

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