1. JD Supra Morning Brief: First-to-File, Data Security, Disabled Students, Patent Trolls, Dodd-Frank Progress

    What’s more powerful than a locomotive, faster than a speeding bullet, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound? Why, the JD Supra Morning Brief, of course:

    Would you hire a lawyer who didn’t finish law school? If this proposal is accepted, you might have that option in New York (Bloomberg Law

    No organization – not even the US government – is immune from data security breaches (Ifrah Law

    School sports must be open to students with disabilities, says the Department of Education (Cullen & Dykman

    Want to avoid disappointment at the “first-to-file” patent office? Get to work now… (Corporate Law Report

    Qualified Small Business Stock is still a smart buy (for another year, at least) (Orrick

    Yipee! The Dodd-Frank rulemaking process is nearly 50% complete (Leonard, Street and Deinard

    Don’t smoke ‘em if you got ‘em – not if you work in Texas, anyway… (Looper Reed

    Online retailer: 1, patent troll: 0 (BakerHostetler

    Signing a software license? Make sure you’re not agreeing to a “most unfavorable customer” clause… (Pillsbury

    What can employers learn from the EEOC enforcement statistics on FLSA breastmilk-break requirements? Plenty (Fisher & Phillips

    Investment advisers: here’s your guide to important dates and reminders… (Foley Hoag

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