JD Supra Corporate Brief: Executive Salaries, Government Shutdown, Accounting Fraud, Chinese IPOs

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Are Chinese anti-corruption authorities turning up the heat on investigation and information-gathering firms? (McDermott Will & Emery)

Just how much influence do corporate directors have on executive salaries, anyway? (Orrick)

What’s the actual impact of the government shutdown? (JD Supra Contributors)

The SEC director of enforcement isn’t convinced accounting fraud has gone down in recent years, and he’s devoting resources to find it… (Leonard, Street and Deinard)

Are US financial markets opening up to Chinese IPOs? (Pillsbury)

Investment firms can learn a lot from the SEC’s recent enforcement of the prohibition on illegal short selling… (Corporate Law Report)

Do US employment laws cover employees of US companies working outside the country? (Bradley Arant Boult Cummings)

The Fed thinks it’s time to improve the US payment system… (Davis Wright Tremaine)

Here’s how the FDA will regulate mobile medical apps… (Foley Hoag)

Businesses cannot be competitive in today’s economy without using third parties. And that’s where they can get in trouble… (NAVEX Global)

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