JD Supra Corporate Brief: Sun Capital, Foreign Investment, China Copyrights, Effective Compliance

It’s Friday, and the weekend’s not far behind. Sounds like a good reason to celebrate, with the JD Supra Corporate Brief!

An appeals court just found that PE fund Sun Capital was engaged in a “trade or business” in a ruling that could have drastic implications for the private equity industry… (JD Supra Contributors)

Lawmakers want to increase foreign investment in US Real Estate Investment Trusts… (Skadden)

A federal court just invalidated parts of the Federal Reserve Board’s rule on debit card interchange fees… (Ballard Spahr)

Almost every company has at least some of the elements required to develop and manage an effective third party anti-corruption compliance program… (NAVEX Global)

China’s proposed revisions to the country’s copyright laws are getting a “thumbs down” from film producers… (Morrison & Foerster)

What exactly is a “unitranche,” anyway? (White & Case)

Talking the talk? You’ve got to walk the walk, too: a compliance program is useless unless it is effective… (Thomas Fox)

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