JD Supra Corporate Brief: Information Governance, Merger Review, Patent Law, Red Tape

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Was 2013 the year of “Information Governance”? Looks like it… (Judy Selby and James Sherer at BakerHostetler)

Turns out the past is never dead for the FTC… (Leslie John, Jason Leckerman, and Marcel Pratt at Ballard Spahr)

What does the USPTO have to say about how the Patent Law Treaty will affect the country’s patent laws? (Donald Zuhn at MBHB)

Here are five issues to watch in banking & finance in 2014… (Corporate Law Report)

Expecting a busy year? Here are four ways to identify – and complete – your important work in 2014… (Josh Beser, JD Supra Perspectives)

Since 1993, 81,883 new federal rules have been issued. And the red tape just keeps growing for corporations… (Akin Gump)

Curing the common fraud? DOJ lands $3.8 billion in False Claims Act settlements in 2013… (Lauren Slive at King & Spalding)

Happy New Year! The 2014 proxy season will be here before you know it… (J. Quinn and Susan Zaunbrecher at Dinsmore & Shohl)

The 12th day of privacy is for you, Corporate Directors… (Heidi Lawson at Mintz Levin)

One big 2013 development in China IP law: preliminary injunctions to protect trade secrets… (Allan Goldner, Richard Grams, and Lianzhong Pan at Benesch Law)

Just a few more days until greater protection against fake goods in Europe… (Niels Mulder and Anne  Voerman at DLA Piper)

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