JD Supra Corporate Brief: In-House Counsel, Patent Trolls, Social Media, Iran Sanctions

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Know your employer’s business, identify unnecessary legal risks, and other ways in-house counsel can add the most value to a company… (Walt Metz, JD Supra Perspectives)

These aren’t the (patent) trolls you’re looking for… (Matthew Cutler at Harness Dickey)

The NLRB: don’t write your social media policies without them… (Megan Carannante at Pullman & Comley)

Cybercrime is raging worldwide – how are you protecting your company? (Roberta Anderson at K&L Gates)

The US has joined the international community in easing Iran sanctions, but it’s probably too early to celebrate… (Corporate Law Report)

It’s what you need to know about the CFPB rule combining TILA and RESPA mortgage disclosures… (BuckleySandler)

Isn’t it always the case when you come up with a comprehensive anti-corruption law: pretty soon every major economy in the world’s got to have one of its own… (Brett Johnson at Snell & Wilmer)

Don’t let your outsourcing negotiations leave you singing a song of auditing woe… (Joshua Konvisser at  Pillsbury)

For investment advisers, the best surprise is in fact an annual surprise exam… (David Smyth at Brooks Pierce)

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