JD Supra Corporate Brief: Global Antitrust, Data Security, Job Candidates, Iran Sanctions

Whatever the weather, the JD Supra Corporate Brief will keep you warm and dry:

Here’s a look at global trends in M&A antitrust enforcement… (Skadden Arps)

The federal “Data Security Act” would preempt all state laws related to data security and notification requirements… (Travis Wall at Barger & Wolen)

“OK, now let’s see if she’s on Facebook,” and other very bad ideas when you’re screening job candidates… (Warne Heath at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings)

Turns out the six-month trial period of relief from Iran sanctions won’t really change much for US businesses… (Brian Goldstein at Duane Morris)

Here’s your 36-page guide to the practical implications of the Volcker Rule for US and foreign banks and funds… (Dechert)

Here’s what we’re reading now in compliance – and you should too… (Corporate Compliance Report)

The Federal Cybersecurity Framework is almost here… (Joe Bird and Paige Boshell at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings)

OSHA doubles – and triples and quadruples – down on safety violations at employers with multiple locations… (Howard Sokol at Holland & Knight)

It has never been easier to steal trade secrets. And it’s getting worse… (Paul Cowie, Bram Hanono, and Dorna Moini at Sheppard Mullin)

Should money market funds be subject to capital requirements? (Thomas Gorman at Dorsey & Whitney)

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