JD Supra Corporate Brief: Supply Chain Security, Safe Harbor Program, Iran Sanctions Changes, California Fracking Rules

On December 2, 2001, Enron filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Can you believe it’s been just twelve years?

What do changes to US sanctions on Iran mean for American companies? (Perkins Coie)

Supply chain security compliance just got a lot harder for Department of Defense contractors… (Peter McLaughlin, Rick Vacura, and Bradley Wine at Morrison & Foerster)

The European Commission wants the US to modify its Safe Harbor Program. Here’s how… (Susan Foster at Mintz Levin)

The FDA’s warning letter to 23andMe is interesting on several levels… (Ralph Tyler at Venable)

Here’s an in-depth look what California’s new fracking rules mean for well operators in the state… (Elizabeth Lake at Holland & Knight)

Out of the locker room and into the office: what employers can learn from workplace bullying at the Miami Dolphins… (Erin Connell, Melissa Hammock, and Jill Rosenberg at Orrick)

Cutting employee hours, benefits, compensation, and other rights can be challenging outside the US. This update will help… (Donald Dowling at White & Case)

Everyone seems to agree that virtual currency has a lot of potential. How to control it, however, is up for debate… (Goodwin Procter)

What’s new in the global financial markets? Plenty… (DLA Piper)

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