JD Supra Corporate Brief: Trojan Horse, Fisker Bankruptcy, MOFCOM Approval, Target 8-K

March 4, 1789: the first Congress of the United States meets and begins work on the Bill of Rights, putting the US Constitution into effect.

Like the Trojan Horse, the growing wave of employee privacy laws are far more expansive than they appear on the surface… (Todd Horn at Venable)

Should secured creditors be concerned about the Fisker bankruptcy ruling? (Vitaly Libman at Thompson Coburn)

Target answered the $441 million “to 8-K or not to 8-K” question with a “kind of”… (Adam Veness at Mintz Levin)

What did China’s MOFCOM have to say about the merger of two US life-sciences companies? You need to make five changes… (Christopher Bright and George Milton at Shearman & Sterling)

Soon, corporate social responsibility will be mandatory in Europe… (Vivek Krishnamurthy at Foley Hoag)

What are the implications of the New York Attorney General’s groundbreaking settlement with patent troll MPHJ Technology Investments? (Fred Price at Bond Schoeneck & King)

A useful primer on recovering assets in the UK and overseas… (Simon Bushell and James Davies at Latham & Watkins)

The new FATCA regulations provide positive changes for the insurance industry… (Sutherland)

An apple a day to keep the DOJ away? Try clear anti-corruption policies and interactive compliance training… (The Network)

[Supra du Jour] False Claims Act

[Featured Author] Jeff Neuburger at Proskauer

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