Topic: Privacy

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Crowdfunding Rules, Data Protection, Sleep Studies, Foreign Whistleblowers

It’s Friday, and that means a hearty helping of law news around the JD Supra breakfast table. Dig in! How to run an IPO while pursuing a private confidential auction of your company? Start with this video… (Cathy Birkeland at Latham & Watkins) The new SEC crowdfunding proposal: one small step for regulators, one giant… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: FATCA Regime, Securities Dealers, EU Data, Vicarious Liability

Keep your eye on the markets today: both 1929’s Black Thursday and 2008’s Bloody Friday happened on October 24. You’ve got just enough time to read the JD Supra Corporate Brief before the opening bell … The FATCA tax regime will introduce US tax withholding risk into financial transactions that have almost no nexus to… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Do Not Track, TCPA Class Action, Slack Fill Law, Comprehensive Tax Reform

Forty years ago today, US President Richard Nixon agrees to turn over the Watergate tapes. As far as we know, he didn’t tell anyone he was going to erase more than 18 minutes of conversations before doing so… Hamlet as a 21st century CEO: “To track … or not to track. That is the question…”… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Social Media Disclosure, Federal Shutdown Costs, Shanghai Free-Trade Zone, Ireland Whistleblower Protections

Sign up for email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief, and you’ll never go looking for law news again… Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn provide a 24/7 outlet for corporate disclosure… (Akin Gump) Contractors may be entitled to recover costs arising from the federal shutdown, but they’ve got to act quickly… (Morrison & Foerster)… Read more »

Telemarketers Take Note: TCPA “Prior Consent” Rules Go Into Effect Today

As of today, October 16, 2013, telemarketers and other businesses that place pre-recorded calls to residential phones or cell numbers will have to obtain prior written consent from owners before placing a single call. Failure to do so could be costly, write Gerald Ferguson and Theodore Kobus at BakerHostetler: “Consumers receiving calls in violation of… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Big Data, EU Sanctions, Asset Managers, Supreme Court

The government is still closed? Now that’s not a very good way to celebrate Friday, is it? How big data and data analytics are revolutionizing the delivery of health care… (Mintz Levin) Is the EU going soft on companies that do business with Iran? (Sheppard Mullin) Feds say asset managers put the country‘s financial system… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Whistleblower Award, Chinese Investments, Online Privacy, Compliance Commitments

What’s black and white and read all over? Why, the JD Supra Corporate Brief, of course! So the $14 million was a tip for … a good tip? (K&L Gates) What Chinese companies need and where they’re going to find it… (Corporate Law Report) Does California’s amended online privacy law mean we all have to… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Green Chemistry, Data Protection, FATCA Implementation, Privacy Developments

The best thing about Friday? Chocolate-covered donuts in the break room. And the JD Supra Corporate Brief: You’ve got less than three months to comply with California’s new Internet privacy law… (Pillsbury) These six resolutions came out of the recent International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners… (DLA Piper) If anyone can say “I… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: SEC Reporting, Social Media, Non-Poaching Arrangements, Fired Whistleblowers

Day Three of the government shutdown, and no end in sight. Hang in there, America… Buying or selling? It doesn’t matter – the SEC historical financial statement reporting requirements apply either way… (Skadden Arps) It’s everything you need to know about social media and securities laws. Really… (Morrison & Foerster) Colorado energy companies must act… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Leased Photocopiers, Zero Tolerance, Big Data, Elder Abuse

Plan to sneak out of the office a little early today? Better read the JD Supra Corporate Brief right now then: What’s a leased photocopier going for under the new HIPAA regime? About the same as a lost laptop… (Polsinelli) The SEC’s “Zero Tolerance” policy is paying off… (BakerHostetler) According to a recent survey, companies… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Accounting Fraud, Stolen Secrets, Activist Investors, EPA Limits

Why did the chicken cross the road? To read the JD Supra Corporate Brief, of course. And to get one of those cronuts everyone keeps talking about around the coop… How companies can prepare for the SEC’s renewed focus on accounting fraud… (Skadden Arps) A cautionary tale for every employer that lets workers access both… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Business Associates, USPTO Backlog, RICO Lawsuit, Content Strategy

Did you know that you can get the JD Supra Corporate Brief delivered straight to your inbox every weekday morning? All you have to do is ask… Business associate or not? Here’s how you can tell – and why it makes a big difference as of today… (DLA Piper) The Shanghai Free Trade Zone is… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Sleeping Employees, First Amendment, Automated Trading, Religious Accommodation

Isn’t it time you signed up for email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief? Can an employer fire a worker who falls asleep on the job? The answer might surprise you… (Duane Morris) California’s “Do Not Track” law goes into effect in two weeks. Are you ready? (Proskauer) The Telephone Consumer Protection Act does… Read more »

HIPAA Omnibus Rule Deadline is Sept 23rd – Here’s How to Comply…

On September 23, 2013, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Omnibus Rule goes into effect, significantly increasing the privacy and reporting obligations of covered entities and their businesses associates and subcontractors. Will you be ready? Five resources to help: DLA Piper’s HIPAA toolbox “If you are a covered entity or a business associate …… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Trade Secrets in China, Wire Fraud at Locust, Insurance Issues in Congress, Three Quarters of a Billion (Dollars)

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. The most important law news? Why, it’s the JD Supra Corporate Brief, of course: “Feelings, nothing more than feelings…” The new anthem for private equity firms? (Greentarget) Taiwanese executives from HTC were arrested for selling trade secrets to China. Here’s why it matters to US companies…… Read more »