JD Supra Corporate Brief: SEC Demands, Activist Money, Religious Accommodations, Risk Retention

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Give the SEC an inch, and they’ll want to take a mile… (Orrick)

Looking for the latest in class action trends? It’s right here… (Skadden)

The PTO’s first decision under the America Invents Act invalidated a business method patent… (Quinn Emanuel)

Money talks, alright. And public companies must be prepared to greet it… (Akin Gump)

Employers are under no mandatory obligation to provide religious accommodations until an employee speaks up… (McAfee & Taft)

The feds recently published the new 550-page Risk Retention Rule for sponsors of securitized transactions. Here’s what you need to know… (Dechert)

Blackberry promised that the new Blackberry 10 would be the catalyst for the company’s resurgence. And that’s where they went wrong… (BakerHostetler)

It will cost Wells Fargo $780 million to settle Freddie Mac’s claims that the bank lied about mortgage loans it sold to Freddie… (Bilzin Sumberg)

What’s the difference between European and US private equity deals, anyway? (Latham & Watkins)

The time has come to dust off export control policies… (Snell & Wilmer)

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