JD Supra Corporate Brief: FATCA Regime, Securities Dealers, EU Data, Vicarious Liability

Keep your eye on the markets today: both 1929’s Black Thursday and 2008’s Bloody Friday happened on October 24. You’ve got just enough time to read the JD Supra Corporate Brief before the opening bell …

The FATCA tax regime will introduce US tax withholding risk into financial transactions that have almost no nexus to the United States… (K&L Gates)

Securities dealers owe a special duty of fair dealing to their clients – and here’s what happens when they ignore it… (David Smyth at Brooks Pierce)

It’s the who, what, when, where, and how of data security breaches in the US… (Perkins Coie)

You could learn a lot about SEC enforcement listening to Mary Jo White… (Corporate Law Report)

If you move data across borders in Europe, you’ll want to read this update… (Emma Thomas at DLA Piper)

Federal contractors should reevaluate compliance policies and procedures to avoid vicarious liability under the Anti-Kickback Act… (Isabelle Kinsolving Farrar, Naveen Ganesh, and Kirsten Mayer at Ropes & Gray)

Does SEC independence mean a lack of accountability? (Keith Paul Bishop at Allen Matkins)

Two new rulings, but the jury’s still out on Dodd-Frank retaliation cases… (Mike Delikat and Renee Phillips at Orrick)

No, it’s not really open season on interns in New York City… (Patrick Muldowney at BakerHostetler)

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