JD Supra Corporate Brief: Revised Cybersecurity Framework, EU Data Protection, Conflict of Interest Lawsuits, HealthCare.gov Rollout

On October 28, 1919, the US Congress overrides President Woodrow Wilson’s veto of the Volstead Act, paving the way for Prohibition. Ten years later: Black Monday, when the Dow loses 13% in the Wall Street Crash of 1929. Coincidence?

Feds continue to refine the country’s cybersecurity framework (Skadden Arps)

How can a corporation engage in risk-based third-party due diligence in a comprehensive but cost-efficient manner? (Roy McDonald and Vishali Singal at DLA Piper)

With new EU data rules to protect personal info, US companies may have to decide whose laws to break…  (Corporate Law Report)

“The FCC’s on line 1 – something about the TCPA?” (Michael Mallow and Christine Reilly at Loeb & Loeb)

Corporate board members: your risk of a conflict of interest lawsuit just went up… (Hopkins & Carley)

The HealthCare.gov rollout is full of lessons for managing software development and integration projects… (Joseph Kendall and Sean Williamson at Pillsbury)

Companies that monitor employee emails should take note of the recent Google wiretapping decision… (Christopher Hall and Matthew Smith at Saul Ewing)

The SEC is cleaning up “broken windows,” but that doesn’t mean they’re ignoring the big crimes… (Kevin Askew, Jim Meyers, and Suzette Pringle at Orrick)

Whistleblowing lawyers: if you’re in it for the money, you’re making the wrong decision… (Corporate Compliance Report)

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