JD Supra Corporate Brief: Social Media Dangers, Online Injury Records, Italian Google Tax, Anti-Raiding Agreements

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What did Home Depot do when a “dumb, stupid, and offensive” tweet was sent out from its account? (James Ryan at Cullen and Dykman)

Three unsettled TCPA issues that could potentially lead telemarketers right into a lawsuit… (Avi Kaufman at Carlton Fields)

Will online publication of injury and illness records shame employers into complying with OSHA regulations? (John Martin at Ogletree Deakins)

Italy’s “Google tax” is targeting more than its namesake… (Giulio Coraggio at DLA Piper)

What do DNA in the Amanda Knox murder case, high frequency trading at Goldman Sachs, and a seismic treasure map have in common? (Corporate Law Report)

Just say “no” … to anti-raiding agreements… (Jonathan Orleans at Pullman & Comley)

Health care providers: mishandling internal investigations can create … a whistleblower… (James Holloway at Ober|Kaler)

The recipe for compliance with EU cookie laws includes these four ingredients… (Rafi Azim-Khan at  Pillsbury)

Solar energy has a very bright future in Mexico… (Alberto Esenaro)

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