JD Supra Corporate Brief: Investigative Crises, Drug Names, Paper Shredders, Washing Machines

Happiness is a warm JD Supra Corporate Brief:

“Knock, knock.” “Who’s there?” “The federal government, with a search warrant – do you know what to do?” (DLA Piper)

Maybe it would be easier if we only used the first 23 letters of the alphabet to name our products… (Foley Hoag)

Federal contractors take note: if you make your paper shredders in China, don’t sell them to the government… (King & Spalding)

The Supreme Court just agreed to hear a lawsuit that could extend Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower protections to private companies (Xpert HR)

Considering a venture in the United Arab Emirates? Read this… (Pillsbury)

It all comes out in the wash: SCOTUS sends a defective washing machine lawsuit back to a lower court to be reconsidered for class certification (Skadden Arps)

Soon it will be time to bid adieu to our dear friend LIBOR. So what’s next? (Sheppard Mullin)

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