JD Supra Corporate Brief: FTC Approval, Gray Market, Personal Email, Say-on-Pay Lawsuits

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Why would a buyer want FTC blessing of an acquisition that falls below the HSR reporting threshold? (Perkins Coie)

It’s not smoke and mirrors: gray market goods have indeed gotten a little less gray… (Quinn Emanuel)

Is a private equity fund responsible for paying the pension plan of a bankrupt portfolio company? (Corporate Law Report)

Bottom line? Reading a former employee’s personal email left on her company-issued device is a bad idea… (Pepper Hamilton)

Nathalie Gordon’s say-on-pay lawsuit against Symantec may have been dismissed, but it probably won’t deter shareholders from filing proxy-related litigation against other companies… (Reed Smith)

Is Brazil’s new anti-corruption law the FCPA on steroids? (BakerHostetler)

President Obama’s strategy on mitigating the theft of trade secrets is high on aspirational talk but low on concrete proposals… (Jeff Ifrah)

The FCC just fined ISP Towerstream Corporation $200,000 for operating devices which interfered with the federal government’s Doppler radar systems… (Davis Wright Tremaine)

Chinese prosecutors received more than 600,000 bribery inquiries during the first half of 2013… (Morgan Lewis)

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