JD Supra Corporate Brief: IP Disputes, Consent Orders, Hazard Communication, Cybersecurity Framework

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The ITC is a good forum for resolving international IP disputes. Unless, of course, you’re a Standard-Essential Patent holder… (Akerman Senterfitt)

According to the new head of the FTC’s Bureau of Competition, there are five benefits to using consent orders to address antitrust violations… (BakerHostetler)

The IRS guidance on tax treatment of married same-sex couples is now in effect. Here’s what employers need to do… (Morgan Lewis)

The feds just issued new rules to boost hiring of veterans and individuals with disabilities. And that means big changes for federal contractors… (Corporate Law Report)

It’s all or nothing with I-9s – and you definitely don’t want to choose nothing… (Foley & Lardner)

Failing to train workers on OSHA’s new Hazard Communication Standard by December 1 can be, well, hazardous to employers… (McNees Wallace & Nurick)

What’s in the latest discussion draft of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework? (Skadden Arps)

Will a financial transactions tax ever take hold in the United States? (Shipkevich)

Three practical tips for compliance managers in financial institutions… (BuckleySandler)

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