1. JD Supra Morning Brief: Recess Appointments, Arbitration Agreements, Nuclear Iran, Sex Offenders

    It’s Monday morning, and the coffee’s brewing. Now sit down and read the JD Supra Morning Brief:

    Like playing with Legos? So does this guy… (Bloomberg Law

    Your move, Mr. President (JD Supra Contributors

    Tax law advice from accountants is no longer protected by privilege in the UK, says the country’s Supreme Court (Skadden) (Bennett Jones) (McDermott Will & Emery)

    You may have included an arbitration agreement in your contract without even knowing… (Leonard, Street and Deinard

    Indiana’s law prohibiting sex offenders from using social media is unconstitutional, says the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals (Ifrah Law

    Preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear capabilities is one of the United States’ preeminent national security objectives (King & Spalding

    Canada’s anti-spam law is one step closer to implementation (Mintz Levin

    Regulators have proposed rules to govern financial institution use of social media (BakerHostetler

    Charging a software developer for crimes committed by its users is a slippery slope… (Perkins Coie

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