JD Supra Corporate Brief: Medicare Fraud, Cybersecurity Developments, Transfer Pricing, Export Compliance

Hey, Florida: welcome to the club! On this day in 1845, Florida became the 27th state in the Union.

The feds estimate that $6 billion of Medicare payments each year are improper. And they’re going after the offenders… (Simi Botic and Thomas Hess at Dinsmore & Shohl)

February was a busy month in privacy and cybersecurity… (Joshua Gruenspecht, Stuart Levi, and James Talbot at Skadden Arps)

The OECD’s proposed reform of transfer pricing documentation will undoubtedly increase compliance costs for multinational businesses… (Claire Kennedy at Bennett Jones)

Anticorruption and export compliance programs can protect your company against the minor inadvertent error that could lead you down a slippery slope to a violation… (Doreen Edelman at Baker Donelson)

Freddie and Fannie need anti-money laundering programs, too…. (BuckleySandler)

It’s true: banks CAN provide services to marijuana industries. But they might have to be a little dopey to do it until the rules are clear… (Zane Gilmer at Perkins Coie)

The DOJ crackdown on criminal antitrust activity in the auto parts industry continues… (Howard Fogt at Foley & Lardner)

Yes, international patent prosecution can be a slow and expensive process. But it doesn’t have to be… (Sangeeta Cheema at Winstead)

The CFPB director wants employers to implement financial education programs for their employees… (Kim Phan at Ballard Spahr)

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[Featured Author] Renee Inomata at Burns & Levinson

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