JD Supra Corporate Brief: Global Real Estate, Compensation Committee Rules, Skilling’s Shorter Stay, Trade Secret Theft

It’s true: the JD Supra Corporate Brief goes equally well with coffee, tea, and that delicious strawberry-banana smoothie you had last Thursday.

What does the head of one of the world’s largest real estate companies have to say about uncertainly in the commercial RE industry? (Greentarget)

The clock is ticking on new NYSE and Nasdaq compensation committee rules. Are you ready? (Foley Hoag)

If at first you don’t succeed… Will the PCAOB’s renewed efforts to change the public company auditing standard go through? (Leonard, Street and Deinard)

If at first you don’t succeed, part II: Jeffrey Skilling appears to have convinced the feds that they should reduce his prison sentence… (Jeff Ifrah)

Taxation of online sales just took a big step forward (Duane Morris)

Are corporate executives abusing Rule 10b5-1 trading plans? The SEC thinks they might be… (Pillsbury)

Senator Carl Levin wants the Director of National Intelligence to watch out for countries that facilitate or engage in cyber theft of trade secrets from the US (Orrick)

Have you appointed a “whistleblower liaison”? You might want to consider it… (Proskauer)

There’s more where these came from at JD Supra Law News>>