JD Supra Corporate Brief: Tax Transparency, Foreign Official, CEO Fraud, Financial Disaster

It’s Wednesday and the government is still shut down: you’re gonna need more coffee. And the JD Supra Corporate Brief:

The G20 want greater tax transparency across the globe – but can their recommendations be put into practice? (Skadden Arps)

For the first time in history, an appeals court will consider whether an employee of a state-run company considered a “foreign official” under the FCPA… (Carlton Fields)

Exxon just sued the new FXX television network for trademark infringement – and they may have a case…  (Greenberg Glusker)

An ounce of corruption prevention is worth a pound of enforcement cure… (Morrison & Foerster)

What’s news for mortgage lenders? Fair lending fines, the Qualified Mortgage rule, FIRREA claims, CFPB fines, and more, that’s what… (Corporate Law Report)

It took the CFTC five months just to be able to monitor and evaluate all the data from the 30-minute May 6, 2010 flash crash… (Shipkevich)

A recently decided lawsuit gives new meaning to the term workplace sexual harassment… (Barger & Wolen)

It’s all about perspective, right? And the business world’s perspective appears to be that we’re not really on the brink of financial disaster… (Dechert)

Should employers incorporate mandatory arbitration into their employment agreements? (DLA Piper)

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