1. JD Supra Weekend Reader: Regulating Telemedicine, Patenting Cats, Blowing the Whistle, Suing Mobile Apps

    It’s that time of the week again, when we take a look back at some of the top stories of the week on JD Supra. Our Weekend Reader, delivered to your digital doorstep, fresh out of the virtual oven… Enjoy:

    A lawsuit pending before the Supreme Court could block the sale of copyrighted products purchased outside the country. Who does it concern? More than you think… (Farella Braun + Martel

    Telemedicine uses multimedia technology to deliver clinical and non-clinical healthcare services to patients in remote locations. If doctors can meet state licensing requirements… (Dinsmore & Shohl) (Pullman & Comley)

    Michigan governor Rick Snyder just signed two right-to-work bills into law, making The Wolverine State the 24th right-to-work state in the country (JD Supra Contributors

    Don’t laugh: patenting cats is serious business (even when done by Mr. Ditto) (McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff

    True or False: the Chief of the SEC’s Whistleblower Program thinks corporate lawyers too often try to find ways to prohibit employees from blowing the whistle. Bonus question: Is it legal if they do? (Proskauer

    UK employee unfairly demoted over Facebook posts, English High Court rules (Orrick

    CEOs: mind your tweets (Looper Reed

    Is attorney-client privilege at risk? (Duane Morris

    94% of healthcare organizations surveyed have had at least one data breach in the last two years (BakerHostetler

    The rules of the game have changed for foreign state-owned-enterprises investing in Canada (Bennett Jones) (Osler) (Heenan Blaikie

    Your art will outlive you. Here’s what to do about that (Venable

    The head of the Commodities Futures Trading Commission thinks Goldman Sachs got off easy when one of their traders broke the rules in 2007 (Shipkevich PLLC

    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 (Corporate Law Report

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

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