JD Supra Corporate Brief: Money Laundering, 3D Printers, Age Discrimination, Obamacare Requirements

On September 13, 1898, Hannibal Goodwin patents celluloid photographic film. On September 13, 2013, schoolchildren around the world say, “Huh? What’s photographic film?”

It’s time for banks to move anti-money laundering compliance to the front burner… (Manatt)

“We’ll argue this whistleblower case all the way to the Supreme Court if we have to…” (Whistleblower Law for Managers)

Will 3D printers lead to widespread infringement of utility patents? Probably not… (Downs Rachlin Martin)

Urging an employee to retire is not evidence of illegal age discrimination… (Akerman)

How can employers make sense of Obamacare requirements with important deadlines around the corner? (Corporate Law Report)

We’ve just entered the third phase of mandatory compliance with credit default swaps and interest rate swaps clearing requirements… (Shipkevich)

Outsourcing customers must step up to include step-in rights in their contracts with suppliers… (Pillsbury)

It’s everything you need to know about the new proposed rule for credit risk retention… (Dechert)

Do business with India? The the ITC wants to know what you think about the country’s trade and investment restrictions… (McDermott Will & Emery)

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