JD Supra Corporate Brief: Shareholder Activism, Google Filters, Disappearing Goodwill, Fair Lending

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Public corporations aren’t the only ones who have to worry about shareholder activism – so do the country’s banks… (Skadden Arps)

The law may be on his side, but erasing compromising photos of Max Mosley on the Internet will take more than a filter on Google’s search results… (Antoon Dierick and Patrick Van Eecke at DLA Piper)

You’ll have to dig deep to determine who’s liable for adverse environmental conditions in real estate deals… (Gary Axelrod and Karl Karg at Latham & Watkins)

PFFFFTT – that’s the sound of your company’s goodwill disappearing, like a punctured tire, after a social media disaster that took mere seconds to unfold… (Corporate Law Report)

In just over one month, significant changes to US patent laws go into effect… (Courtenay Brinckerhoff at Foley & Lardner)

The FDA just proposed a rule that would require generic drug makers to update their warning labels before branded pharmaceuticals… (Alan Klein and Michael Swit at Duane Morris)

The feds recently settled fair lending lawsuits against two mortgage lenders… (Ballard Spahr)

Who’s left holding the bag for employment liabilities when the portfolio company goes belly up? The private equity firm, maybe… (Jessica Catlow at Mintz Levin)

Ten ways HR departments violate the law without realizing it – and what to do about it… (Rebecca Signer Roche)

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