JD Supra Corporate Brief: Whistleblower Program, Social Media, Activist Investors, Privacy Policies

If there’s a better way to celebrate National Croissant Day than a stop at the bakery on your way into the office, we sure can’t think of it…

Momentum is building for the SEC’s Dodd-Frank whistleblower program… (Daniel Dunne, Susanne Klaric, Renee Phillips, and Paul Rugani at Orrick)

Do you provide social media training to your employees? You might want to consider it… (Jillian Heim at The Network)

Next stop on the activist investor tour: Europe… (Skadden Arps)

The African Growth & Opportunity Act was enacted to stimulate trade and investment between the United States and Sub-Saharan Africa. And it’s working… (Evelyn Suarez at Williams Mullen)

According to the Supreme Court, you can’t sue foreign companies in the US unless they do business here… (Corporate Law Report)

What’s in your privacy policy? (Mintz Levin)

Yes, the HIPAA audits are coming, and yes, it’s important to be ready… (Janet Feldkamp and Daniel O’Brien at Benesch)

Caught in the Volcker vortex? (King & Spalding)

One lesson from 2013? The SEC is kicking ass and taking names… (Morrison & Foerster)

Your (trade) secrets may one day be safe in Europe… (Dr. Detlev Gabel and Patrick Neidinger at White & Case)

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