Well, it’s easy to see what the biggest two stories of this week are: Citigroup/SEC and Facebook/FTC, we have more of each today. Also, if you missed it, check out today’s episode of LXBN TV with Angelo Paparelli explaining how and why more open immigration regulations can improve the U.S. economy.
- China Challenges US Continuation Of Practice Inflating Dumping Margins Through Zeroing Almost A Decade After The WTO Struck That Practice Down – Washington, DC attorney John Burke of Baker Hostetler on the firm’s blog, China-U.S. Trade Law
- House Passes Workforce Democracy and Fairness Act While Board Approves Resolution to Change Election Rule – Washington, DC lawyer Ilyse Schuman of Littler on the firm’s blog, Washington, DC Employment Law Update
- What’s the Best Way to a Billion: M&A or IPO? – Toronto lawyer W. Ian Palm of McCarthy Tétrault on the firm’s blog, Canadian M&A Perspectives
- Herman Cain and the Annoying Problem of Honor – Maryland attorney Eliot Wagonheim of Wagonheim Law on his blog Bottom Line Business Insights
- How Do Lawyer Bidding Sites Work? – Self-help law specialist Richard Granat on his eLawyer Blog
- Judge Rakoff to Repeat Offender Citigroup: “Not This Time” – Washington, D.C. lawyer Steven Berk of BerkLaw on the firm’s blog The Corporate Observer
- FTC Settles With Facebook, Agrees to Whopping 20-Year Consent Order – Philadelphia lawyer Mark McCreary of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s Privacy Compliance & Data Security
- In a Long Term Marriage, Length of Marriage May Trump Age in the Alimony Calculus – New Jersey attorney Sandra C. Fava of Fox Rothschild in the firm’s NJ Family Legal Blog
- NLRB Reveals More Details To Proposed Election Rule Changes – Los Angeles lawyer Mark Theodore of Proskauer on the firm’s blog Labor Relations Update
- FTC Announces Settlement with Facebook – Washington, DC lawyer Steven Spagnolo of Hogan Lovells on the firm’s blog, Chronicle of Data Protection
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