JD Supra Corporate Brief: Tax Reform, Proxy Season, Drug Labels, Internal Investigations

Happy birthday, AT&T! On this day in 1885, the American Telephone and Telegraph Company is incorporated in New York State.

Representative Camp says his reform plan will make the tax code simpler and fairer, spur economic growth, and create jobs. What do you say? (Evan Migdail and Bruce Thompson at DLA Piper)

Bundling? Unbundling? Why yes, it IS proxy season… (Eric Fischer, Jackson Galloway, and Elizabeth Fries at Goodwin Procter)

Here’s a look at the three most significant tax matters for multinationals in 2014… (Stephanie Chapman, Dan Lynn, and Ray Polantz; JD Supra Perspectives)

You can’t put a price on safety … well, in some ways maybe you can… (Erin Bosman, Sara Bradley, Julie Park, and Jessica Roberts at Morrison & Foerster)

Running an internal investigation? Make sure you’re following best practices… (Bryan Daly, Melissa Eaves, and Christopher Hale at Sheppard Mullin)

No ifs, ands, or buts about it: bribery is bribery… (Michael Volkov at The Volkov Law Group)

Will Congress ever get its act together and pass data security and breach notification legislation? (Travis Wall at Barger & Wolen)

China just made it easier for foreign telecoms to set up operations in Shanghai… (Allan Goldner and Richard Grams at Benesch Law)

Beware the Ides of March? Actually, it’s the data crunchers at the SEC that public companies should be worried about… (King & Spalding)

[Supra du Jour] European Union

[Featured Author] Knicole Emanuel at Williams Mullen

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