JD Supra Corporate Brief: Green Money, International Privacy, Cybersecurity Framework, Taxable Loans

Even on a short week, Friday is cause for celebration: a double-shot of espresso, a blueberry scone, and the JD Supra Corporate Brief.

$200 million will buy you a lot of green…  (Lance Brasher, Julia Czarniak, and Paul Kraske at Skadden Arps)

Of the many issues that global litigants will grapple with in the coming years, international privacy laws will no doubt be at the forefront… (Joanne Lee at Foley & Lardner)

Yes, NIST published the country’s final Cybersecurity Framework. So what exactly does it mean? (Timothy Nagle at Reed Smith)

The UK’s Serious Fraud Office just abandoned its case against a billionaire accused of paying more than £35 million in bribes… (Nicholas Greenwood, Kevin Robinson, and Adam Wallin at Morgan Lewis)

Is a US corporation’s loan to a foreign subsidiary taxable? In some cases, yes… (Philip Zukowsky at Dinsmore & Shohl)

Here’s something every company should to leave out of the employee handbook: inflexible policies. Just ask UPS… (Steve Sutton at BakerHostetler)

Happy birthday, GINA! Are you celebrating with another lawsuit? (Todd Horn at Venable)

Don’t be a target – or a Target – of cyber attacks… (Jamie Ribman at Gray Reed & McGraw)

China just introduced a “fast track” for merger review – and that’s good news for companies involved in global transactions… (Cadwalader)

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