JD Supra Corporate Brief: Software Transfers, Financial Settlements, Insider Trading, Transfer Pricing

We’ve come a long way, baby: on this day in 2007, Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduces the first iPhone.

Are your software transfers compliant with U.S. economic sanctions? (Jeffrey Richardson at Miller Canfield)

Should the power of federal regulators and prosecutors to impose financial settlements for white collar crimes be limited? (Lawrence Bader at Morvillo Abramowitz)

Last year the SEC filed 43 insider trading actions and DOJ brought criminal charges against 20 individuals or entities… (Morrison & Foerster)

The best part about the new Global Patent Prosecution Highway? No speed limit… (Julian Crump at Mintz Levin)

No time to read the full 800+ page Volcker Rule? Read this 29 page overview instead… (Charles Horn, William Iwaschuk, Julie Marcacci, and Kaitlyn Piper at Morgan Lewis)

Sorry Schrödinger: in real life, the cat is either alive or dead, not both. Not unlike inadvertent investment companies… (Latham & Watkins)

OSHA proposed new injury and illness reporting rule could mean more employer inspections… (Goodwin Procter)

Have you made your 2014 transfer pricing resolutions yet? (A. Tracy Gomes at McDermott Will & Emery)

Do you know where the SEC’s enforcement division is going? You’d better… (Thomas Gorman at Dorsey & Whitney)

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