JD Supra Corporate Brief: I-9 Investigations, FCPA Charges, UK Whistleblowers, Public Statements

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I-9 investigations are at an all-time high… (Scott Bettridge at Akerman)

Do the FCPA charges against a former Bechtel executive signal a new era of anti-corruption enforcement? (David Courchaine and Kathleen Hamann at White & Case)

Whistleblower tips are on the rise in the UK. Can a bounty be far behind? (Peta-Anne Barrow, Lloyd Chinn, and Daniel Ornstein at Proskauer)

Five ways an internal investigation can go wrong… (Gina Simms at Ober|Kaler)

Spain’s draft IP reform law includes a “Google news” tax on the use of copyrighted material… (Jorge Monclus at DLA Piper)

Another reminder to be very careful before you make public statements after an environmental disaster… (Samir Abdelnour at Barg Coffin Lewis & Trapp)

Want to be an employer of choice? Do what the EEOC says… (Jeff Nowak at Franczek Radelet)

Can New York’s Attorney General force banks to maintain abandoned properties? He’s certainly going to try… (Justin Angelo at Ballard Spahr)

How to implement drug-and-alcohol-testing policies in your non-US operations? Very, very carefully… (Danielle Urban at Fisher & Phillips)

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