JD Supra Corporate Brief: False Advertising, Dodd-Frank, I-9 Investigations, Cyber Insurance

On this day in 1974, President Richard Milhous Nixon became the only US president to resign from office.

Compliance with federal nutrition labeling laws doesn’t always shield a company from false advertising claims – just ask Coke… (Loeb & Loeb)

What’s on the horizon for the Qualified Residential Mortgage? We should know soon… (Dechert)

As it turns out, just blowing the whistle doesn’t make one a whistleblower… (Morvillo Abramowitz)

The Bipartisan Student Loan Certainty Act has put lenders in a bind… (Ballard Spahr)

I-9 investigations, fines, and arrests hit record levels in 2012 – and regulators show no signs of slowing down… (Duane Morris)

How are policyholders using insurance to recover data breach costs? (Zelle Hofmann Voelbel & Mason)

Revisions to the Delaware General Corporation Law will change the way public companies are merged… (Holland & Knight)

President Obama has promised to produce a Trans Pacific Partnership and a Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. But can he deliver? (BakerHostetler)

A new Department of Energy report found that fracking did not contaminate drinking water at a Western Pennsylvania test drill site… (Sutherland Asbill & Brennan)

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