JD Supra Corporate Brief: Trade Secret Theft, Business Continuity Planning, NAFTA Arbitration Claim, Comprehensive Tax Reform

The bad news: it’s still not Friday. The good news: it’s pretty darn close. The law news:

This can’t be good: foreign defendants avoid prosecution for theft of trade secrets by fighting the government’s attempts to serve process… (Orrick)

Business continuity planning in the financial industry might not be as simple as regulators think… (Dechert)

Eli Lilly just filed a NAFTA arbitration claim against … Canada… (Patton Boggs)

Comprehensive tax reform? Slowly. Very, very slowly… (DLA Piper)

The Third Circuit’s recent ruling on the Telephone Consumer Protection Act? It’s a good news / bad news kinda thing… (K&L Gates)

Weighing the pros and cons of international arbitration just got easier… (White & Case)

Make sure your workplace safety incentives aren’t disincentives in disguise… (McNees Wallace & Nurick)

Anti-patent troll legislation 2.0… (MBHB)

Earlier this year, the DOJ and the NLRB agreed to cooperate on labor and immigration investigations. Here’s what it means for employers… (Ogletree Deakins)

You’ll find more legal updates at JD Supra Law News>>