JD Supra Corporate Brief: Shareholder Activism, Bribery Blacklists, Fracking Regulation, Compliance Trends

On this day in 1980, President Jimmy Carter authorizes legislation bailing out the Chrysler Corporation to the tune of $1.5 billion.

Shareholder activism is on the rise – and here’s how to deal with it… (Akin Gump)

China’s health care regulator will begin compiling “bribery blacklists” of corrupt companies and individuals… (Katherine Wang at Ropes & Gray)

Happy New Year? Not for employers in California… (Tony DeCristoforo at Stoel Rives)

Drill down on the state of fracking regulation, laws, and litigation in 2013… (Earl Hagström at Sedgwick)

Is an unlimited vacation plan right for your company? (Judy Sha and Gabrielle Wirth at Dorsey & Whitney)

Seven hot workplace issues for 2014… (Corporate Law Report)

Ten compliance trends to watch in the coming year… (Sambo Dul and T. Markus Funk at Perkins Coie)

Can banks subject to the Volcker Rule continue to make and enforce hedge fund and private equity fund secured loans? (Loeb & Loeb)

Want to make your annual performance review program work better? Read this… (Jathan Janove at Ogletree Deakins)

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