JD Supra Corporate Brief: Trade Secret Theft, Securities Fraud, Hijacked Domains, Credit Card Surcharges

Sure it’s a short week. But there’s still a lot of law news to read:

Victims of cyber attacks: the ITC can help… (Quinn Emanuel)

“The good news: you won’t be prosecuted for securities fraud that took place outside the US. The bad news? We’ve determined you were in the US…” (Morvillo Abramowitz)

The Department of Labor wants federal contractors to hire more veterans and disabled workers… (McNees Wallace & Nurick)

Yes, companies do have options when their domain name is hijacked… (Hodgson Legal)

Corporate social responsibility complements traditional compliance efforts… (Foley Hoag)

Whistleblowers certainly made a lot of money for the feds last year… (Clouse Dunn)

Navigating the minefield of credit card surcharges is not an easy task… (Smith Anderson)

The SEC is serious about requiring an admission of wrongdoing to settle securities law violations. Here’s proof… (Katten Muchin Rosenman)

Having trouble keeping with the CFPB / Morgan Drexen saga? This update may help… (Ballard Spahr)

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