Topic: Brazil

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Cyber Attacks, Human Trafficking, H-1B Visas, Mortgage Insurers

On this day in 1937, President Franklin D. Roosevelt launched his ill-fated plan to add more justices to the US Supreme Court. Are we as prepared for cyber attacks as we need to be? It doesn’t look like it… (Travis Wall at Barger & Wolen) Here’s what companies can do to ensure that their operations… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: FCPA Enforcement, Consumer Data, Trade Secrets, ERISA Advisories

Breaking up is hard to do: on this day in 1982, AT&T agrees to break up and divest itself of 22 local telephone operating companies. It’s everything you need to know about FCPA enforcement in 2013. Really – everything… (Shearman & Sterling) Do you collect personally identifiable information on your website? (Kent Schmidt at Dorsey… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Global Hiring, Brazil Compliance, Volcker Rule, CFIUS Report

Not reading this in your inbox? You should be… Sign up here for email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Report. You need to know these 10 hot employment issues for global companies in 2014… (Rebecca Signer Roche, JD Supra Perspectives) Brazil’s Clean Companies Act goes into effect soon – will you be ready? (Duncan… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Attorney-Client Privilege, Brazil Corruption Law, Patent Troll Bill, JP Morgan Settlement

Dateline, November 22, 1963: President John F. Kennedy is assassinated in Dallas, Texas. Avoid embarrassment! Impress your friends! Know the difference between warranty and indemnity! (Richard Hsu at Shearman & Sterling) Who owns attorney-client privilege after a merger? (Herbert Kozlov and Edward Prokop at Reed Smith) Brazil’s new anti-corruption law goes into effect soon –… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Goldman Trade Secrets, Cross-Border Telecommuting, Brazil Anti-Corruption, Worker Misclassification Lawsuits

On this day in 1895, George B. Selden was granted the first US patent for an automobile. Today’s global economy forecast: bumpy road ahead – but things should start to smooth out in 2014… (Richard Dion, David Dodge, and John Weekes at Bennett Jones) Score one for the underdog? (Kenneth Vanko at Clingen Callow &… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Cybersecurity Questions, India Investments, Online Taxes, OREO Properties

Sign up for email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief today – your inbox will thank you… Want to prevent cybersecurity problems at your company? Get the answers to these 36 questions… (Sheppard Mullin) The Indian government has approved retail investment applications from IKEA, Pavers, Fossil, Decathlon and Le Creuset… (DLA Piper) States continue… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Secured Creditors, Trade Secrets, Employer Mandate, Compulsory Dissolution

Happy birthday, Justice Breyer! “Freedom’s just another word for not printin’ out the code” – employee’s fate changed the moment he pressed “print” to get a hard copy of the stolen trade secrets… (Orrick) Maybe the one-year delay of the ACA Employer Mandate isn’t such a good thing after all for companies… (BakerHostetler) Picture this:… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: FTC Approval, Gray Market, Personal Email, Say-on-Pay Lawsuits

Haven’t signed up yet for email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief? What on earth are you waiting for? Why would a buyer want FTC blessing of an acquisition that falls below the HSR reporting threshold? (Perkins Coie) It’s not smoke and mirrors: gray market goods have indeed gotten a little less gray… (Quinn… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Self-Reporting, Market Manipulation, Green Chemistry, BYOD Privacy

On August 9, 1892, Thomas Edison is granted a patent for the two-way telegraph, one of the nearly 1,100 patents the inventor received in the United States.  Any business that stores consumer credit card numbers and other personal information should study carefully the $18 million FCRA ruling against Equifax… (Mintz Levin) So here’s the deal:… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Chinese Anti-bribery Enforcement, ITC Order Veto, Export Control Laws, Food Safety Whistleblower

Did you know you can get the JD Supra Corporate Brief delivered to your digital doorstep, every day of the work week? Click here to sign up. In the meantime, enjoy today’s edition, hot off the presses: US authorities have probably prosecuted more American companies for bribery in China than have the Chinese – but… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Double Non-Taxation, Telemarketing Fraud, Whistleblower Protections, Inflation Risks

On July 22, 1937, the US Senate votes down President Franklin Roosevelt’s plan to add more justices to the Supreme Court. The OECD has launched an ambitious plan to overhaul the international taxation system – and eliminate “double non-taxation” – over the next 24 months… (Skadden Arps) It’s time to relearn how to do business… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: HSR Compliance, WTO Disputes, NLRB Appointees, FERC Fines

This Friday? Iced coffee to go with your JD Supra Corporate Brief. And no need to heat up that scone… Awesome video: assignment in a merger / change of control, by Richard Hsu (Shearman & Sterling) Those Hart-Scott-Rodino reporting requirements? Turns out the feds are serious about compliance… (Morrison & Foerster) Less than one year… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Drug Pricing in China, Corruption in Brazil, Climate Change in Congress, Antitrust Law in Europe

A Friday in July and you’re reading the JD Supra Corporate Brief? Does it get any better? China is questioning 60 pharmaceutical companies about their drug pricing (Dechert) Myriad is going on the litigation offensive to protect its BRCA1 and BRCA2 patents (MBHB) Even the ITC is targeting patent trolls… (Duane Morris) Companies operating in… Read more »

Brazil Revises Foreign Bribery Bill

Brazil is making its foreign bribery bill easier to understand, which should help companies doing business in the country build and refine their compliance strategies. From anti-corruption lawyer Matteson Ellis: “The amendments clarify and boost the voluntary disclosure program, which should be a welcomed change for companies. In the earlier version, companies that self reported… Read more »

Anti-Corruption Update: Proposed New Laws in Canada and Brazil Bolster International Efforts

Companies doing business in Brazil or Canada (or both) will want to read two recent updates regarding proposed legislation that would give authorities additional tools and greater powers to fight corruption in those countries.  The first, from Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP, provides an in-depth overview of proposed new laws that would strengthen Canada’s ability… Read more »