1. JD Supra Morning Brief: HIPAA Omnibus Rule, Corporate Political Donations, Driving Under DACA, Louboutin Sees Red (Again!)

    Stuck in a cold snap? The JD Supra Morning Brief will warm you up:

    Need-to-know employment law news, “first-to-file” patent law change, Roth conversions in a post-Taxpayer Relief Act world, 2013 outlook for corporations, and hiring for culture or qualifications – it’s all in this week’s Corporate Law Report (Corporate Law Report

    Get your handy HIPAA Omnibus Rule reference chart yet? (Mintz Levin

    Do your investments align with your political views? The SEC wants to make it easier for you to find out (Skadden

    The FTC’s latest revisions to COPPA impose new liabilities on apps, ads, and social networks (Fenwick & West

    New Department of Homeland Security policies could require states to change their driver’s license policies (Fowler White Boggs)

    President Obama comes out swinging in his second-term inauguration speech (Is That Legal?

    Déjà vu all over again: Louboutin sees red over USPTO revisions to the description of its red-sole trademark (Winthrop & Weinstine

    Mortgage foreclosure is just another form of debt collection according to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals (Ballard Spahr

    FTC tells bleach wholesalers to clean up their act and get rid of their non-compete (King & Spalding

    Forewarned is forearmed: head of the SEC Enforcement Division’s Asset Management Unit sends a wake-up call to private equity (Leonard, Street and Deinard

    Will judges really put CEOs in jail for the environmental crimes of their companies? Yep (Saul Ewing