JD Supra Corporate Brief: SEC Violations, Payday Lending, NFL Licensing, Cloud Computing

Heading back to the office on a Monday morning can be tough. That’s where coffee and the JD Supra Corporate Brief come in…

It’s getting harder and harder to “neither admit nor deny” SEC violations… (Holland & Knight)

The SEC has a new partner in corporate crime-fighting… (DLA Piper)

New York is mounting an aggressive attack on payday lenders that break the law – and the banks, debt collectors, and payment processors that help them… (Ballard Spahr)

You’ll be happy to know that Europe and China have worked out their differences over the import of solar cells into the EU… (Akin Gump)

Mortgage lenders sue to stop the city of Richmond from seizing underwater mortgages via eminent domain… (Nossaman)

What are the risks of lying to regulators? Jail time, for one… (Polsinelli)

A lawsuit claiming Reebok’s exclusive licensing agreement with the NFL requires consumers to pay more for official apparel survived a motion to dismiss… (Sheppard Mullin)

Accounting fraud in the cloud computing industry? The SEC seems to think there could be… (Orrick)

One-size-fits-all workplace policies may soon be a thing of the past, if the EEOC and NLRB get their way… (Fisher & Phillips)

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