JD Supra Corporate Brief: Tax Data, Marijuana Guidelines, Anti-Money Laundering, Information Governance

Great moments in IP history: on this day in 1878, Thomas Edison patented the phonograph.

The OECD just announced a new global data sharing standard that will allow governments to crack down on tax evaders… (James Anderson, Jonathon Egerton-Peters, Chris Hutley-Hurst, and Tim Sanders at Skadden Arps)

What to make of the Obama Administration’s new marijuana guidelines for banks? (Steven Eichorn and Alan Kaplinsky, JD Supra Perspectives)

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority just issued its first fine for anti-money laundering program failures, £7.6 million pounds to Standard Bank… (Richard Ellison, Nicholas Greenwood, and Kevin Robinson at Morgan Lewis)

Career advice and inspiration from the Chief General Counsel of IBM… (Manny Schecter, JD Supra Perspectives)

Information Governance is emerging as one of the most important issues confronting organizations in today’s age of Big Data and data breaches… (Jacqlyn Rovine and Judy Selby at BakerHostetler)

Hong Kong’s new Companies Ordinance goes into effect on March 3… (Reed Smith)

Seeking insurance recovery for damages stemming from this year’s historic winter storms? (King & Spalding)

Here’s a look at issues that should be top-of-mind for employers in 2014… (WeComply)

Turns out Target employees warned senior management about data breaches, before the company was hacked. So what went wrong? (Michael Volkov at the Volkov Group Law Firm)

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