JD Supra Corporate Brief: White House, Unauthorized IP, Stem Cells, Broadcast TV

Stop right there: on this day in 1914, the first electric traffic light was installed in Cleveland, Ohio…

The White House has to act quickly to correct a recent “dangerous” ruling from the ITC on standard-essential patents… (Orrick)

Unauthorized IP in your supply chain can be costly… (White & Case)

The OECD wants to change the way multinational corporations pay taxes around the world… (Corporate Law Report)

The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation’s patent on embryonic stem cells is being challenged based on the Supreme Court’s ruling in Myriad… (MBHB)

Can employers monitor employee emails without exposing themselves to invasion of privacy claims? (BakerHostetler)

New food safety rules proposed by the FDA are expected to cost foreign food suppliers and producers, and US food importers, about $500 million per year… (McDermott Will & Emery)

How does a supplier control the prices at which its products are sold? Very, very carefully… (K&L Gates)

Looks like Broadcast TV has decided to show a rerun of its legal challenge to Aereo in the First Circuit… (DLA Piper)

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