1. JD Supra Morning Brief: California Sues Delta, North Dakota Needs Power, Chicago Reports Pay-Day Scams

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    There’s a new breed of juror out there, one with mobile access to the Internet (Levick

    Do you know who owns your company’s social media? You’d better (Pullman & Comley

    She warned them. She gave them time to act. And now, California Attorney General Kamala Harris is suing Delta Airlines for not including a privacy policy with its mobile app (Ifrah Law

    The government may be raking it in from False Claims Act settlements, but they don’t win every time (Ober | Kaler

    “Innocence of Muslims” copyright claim dismissed; YouTube not required to take down the film (Foley Hoag

    Study shows additional LNG exports would bring “net economic benefits” to the country. So what’s holding up the licenses? (Bracewell & Giuliani

    Chicago will be the first city in the country to directly report alleged violations of federal consumer financial protection laws to the CFPB (Foley & Lardner) (Ballard Spahr

    Q: What’s the common (and essential) element to all Ponzi schemes? A: Greed (Diaz Reus

    How is the Nuclear Regulatory Commission responding to the 2011 Fukushima disaster? (Burr & Forman

    There’s significant irony here: North Dakota needs an additional 2000 MW of electricity to power the Bakken shale oil and gas boom (Leonard, Street and Deinard