Topic: Export control

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: Protecting Whistleblowers, Advertising Offerings, Reviewing Mergers, Sharing Audits

The new math: (coffee + JD Supra Corporate Brief) / Monday = Ahhh. Enjoy: An appeals court just ruled that Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower protections apply even when there are no shareholders to defraud… (Sherman & Howard) The SEC has revised its rules to allow entrepreneurs and startups to market stock offerings via advertisements and mass communications… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Compliance Programs, Pipeline Permitting, Unpaid Internships, Criminal Antitrust

How to get a head start on the day’s business law news at the click of a button? Sign up for email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief: Want to know how your company’s internal compliance reporting compares to that of corporations around the globe? Read this 19-page report… (NAVEX Global) Hey look –… Read more »

Export Control: Reform Efforts Making Progress

The nation’s healthcare system isn’t the only thing on President Obama’s reform agenda. In August 2009, he launched an initiative to reform the US export control system. From Skadden Arps: “… President Obama’s Export Control Reform Initiative has proposed a number of changes designed to streamline and reduce the burdens imposed by the current U.S.… Read more »

International Updates: Afghan Security, The Sherman Act, Biomet & FCPA, Export Control Enforcement, and More

For your reference, five recent law firm advisories with wide-ranging international focus: 1. Afghanistan’s Ban on Private Security Companies: What are the Risks for Private Investors? (Foley Hoag) “At this time, the Afghan Public Protection Force (APPF) is currently slated to fill the security void created by the ban on PSCs. The APPF is a… Read more »