JD Supra Corporate Brief: Social Media, Search Warrants, Cyber Attacks, Year-end Bonuses

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Yours, mine, and ours: ownership of business social media accounts still unresolved… (Anelia Delcheva and Aaron Rubin at Morrison & Foerster)

You can never be too prepared to respond to a search warrant… (Latham & Watkins)

The United States and other governments expect cyber attacks on industrial control systems – and so should you… (Quinn Emanuel)

Before you give out those year-end bonuses… (Tracy Truesdale at Ogletree Deakins)

EU simplifies merger review procedures. Then again, maybe not… (Corporate Law Report)

It’s unanimous: employee benefit plans can set time limits on lawsuits seeking plan benefits… (Tony Dick at McNees Wallace & Nurick)

So what’s the big deal about hiring relatives of foreign officials, anyway? (Michael Volkov at The Volkov Law Firm)

According to a Pew study, 44% of Americans sleep with their cell phone – so how do you pay them for that time? (Kate Bischoff at Gray Plant Mooty)

It was the best of rules, it was the worst of rules – the key to the Volcker Rule will be enforcement… (Jim Kramer, Paul Rugani, and Anushila Shaw at Orrick)

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