1. JD Supra Morning Brief: TARP Bailout in the Black, Online Privacy in China, Antitrust Investigations in Oil and Pharma, Disability Discrimination in California

    Gearing up for a long commute? Let the JD Supra Morning Brief shorten the ride:

    The 800-page “Ability to Repay” rule? New mortgage servicing standards? Final high-cost loan regulations? Yep. And the CFPB is just getting started… (Levick

    Everybody wins when the TARP bailout generates tens of billions in profit for taxpayers… (Orrick

    Any port in a storm? Public-private partnerships produce win-win-win results across the country (Bilzin Sumberg

    China’s online data privacy law begins to take shape (Morrison & Foerster

    Hi Dee Ho: Cab Calloway trademark goes to grandson who uses it, not other family members who don’t (Foley Hoag

    New Jersey teacher learns a valuable (and costly!) lesson about Facebook posts (Franczek Radelet

    At the top of the FTC’s antitrust investigation list: mergers in the oil and pharmaceutical sectors (Dechert

    California’s disability discrimination regulations have been completely overhauled (Wilson Sonsini

    The SEC’s not going to let a minor inconvenience like the departure of five top officials slow it down… (Skadden

    The U.S. National Climate Assessment and Development Advisory Committee wants you … to comment on its draft climate change report (Osler

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