1. JD Supra Morning Brief: Madden NFL, Yoga Pants, Dunkin’ Donuts, More

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    How do we pay for lower corporate tax rates as contemplated by President Obama? With great difficulty… (Bloomberg Law

    This Madden NFL game is so realistic, it commits copyright infringement just like the real NFL did! (Manatt, Phelps & Phillips

    Looks like somebody skipped class the day Supremacy Clause of the US Constitution was discussed… Oklahoma’s Supreme Court violates federal law, gets schooled by the US Supreme Court (Sands Anderson) (Franczek Radelet) (Leonard, Street and Deinard) (Allen Matkins

    Just in time for the holidays: the US has begun to lift its ban on imports from Burma (Myanmar) (BakerHostetler

    Lululemon found its zen: the exercise apparel company is dropping its design patent infringement lawsuit against Calvin Klein (Mintz Levin

    Goodbye, sweet Twinkie. Farewell, dear Ho Ho. So long, Donette. This time it’s really happening – Hostess Brands is going out of business (Cadwalader

    Take THAT, unresponsive Boards of Directors! Starting in 2014, ISS will recommend voting against boards that fail to act on shareholder proposals that win approval in the coming proxy season (Proskauer

    UK employment law needs to protect workers from being fired for their political beliefs, says the European Court of Human Rights (McDermott Will & Emery

    It’s just like the proverb, where the shoemaker is the CFPB, and the children are data in the agency’s computer systems, and the shoes are an agency-wide information security policy and procedures (Ballard Spahr

    “Best Coffee in America”? Sorry, Dunkin’ Donuts – the USPTO thinks that’s “mere puffery and incapable of functioning as a trademark” (Balough Law Offices

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