JD Supra Corporate Brief: HSR Compliance, WTO Disputes, NLRB Appointees, FERC Fines

This Friday? Iced coffee to go with your JD Supra Corporate Brief. And no need to heat up that scone…

Awesome video: assignment in a merger / change of control, by Richard Hsu (Shearman & Sterling)

Those Hart-Scott-Rodino reporting requirements? Turns out the feds are serious about compliance… (Morrison & Foerster)

Less than one year after joining the World Trade Organization, Russia is facing its first WTO dispute (White & Case)

Wireless, Internet- and network-connected medical devices need cybersecurity protection, too (Duane Morris)

What’s new in the world of False Claims Act enforcement? Quite a bit, as it turns out… (Patton Boggs)

The Senate has agreed to confirm President Obama’s new appointees to the National Labor Relations Board. So what happens now? (Proskauer)

Barclays was hit with a $435 million fine for manipulating energy markets. And that may just be the start of their troubles… (Bracewell & Giuliani)

Hard pill to swallow: the Supreme Court just ruled that the pharmaceutical industry’s “pay-for-delay” agreements no longer get a free pass from anticompetitive laws… (Sedgwick)

India just raised the foreign investment limits for a broad range of industries (DLA Piper)

Canada and Brazil cave in to international pressure and strengthen their anti-corruption laws (NAVEX Global)

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