JD Supra Corporate Brief: Prohibited Persons, Conflict Minerals, Food Labels, Frequent Flyers

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As many as 50,000 names of “prohibited persons” are included on the US, UK, EU, and UN sanctions lists… (Michael Volkov)

The CFTC’s new guidance on how Dodd-Frank Act requirements will apply to cross-border swap activities is the agency’s most complicated undertaking in the past three years… (Skadden)

Public companies in the US have less than a year to identify – and report on – conflict materials from the Democratic Republic of Congo used in their products… (Corporate Law Report)

What’s new in securities litigation and regulatory enforcement? Quite a bit, actually… (BakerHostetler)

Is the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act a total nightmare? (Clingen Callow & McLean)

Ready to defend every single ingredient listed on your product’s food label? You’d better be… (MoFo Tech)

Now on the FTC’s radar: inadequate security of mobile devices… (Jeff Ifrah)

SCOTUS just agreed hear a contract dispute between Northwest and a traveler who feels he was wrongly removed from the airline’s frequent flyer program… (Holland & Knight)

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