1. JD Supra Weekend Reader: JOBS Act, “Harbowl” Trademark, Hopper Fight, Debt Collectors

    You know how you can tell that it’s going to be a good weekend? When it starts off with the JD Supra Weekend Reader:

    It’s what managing cyber risks, BYOD, Iran sanctions, and NLRB recess appointments all have in common… (Corporate Law Report

    The JOBS Act: What We Learned in the First Nine Months (Skadden

    Strong offense is the best defense? The NFL ended this fan’s play for a “Harbowl” trademark (Ifrah Law

    According to a 2012 Associated Press poll, 83% of Americans believe there should be some limits on political spending by corporations and labor unions. So lawmakers are knocking themselves out to get campaign finance reform law passed, right? (King & Spalding

    See what you’ve started, Kamala Harris? Legislation intended to standard mobile app privacy policies is being reviewed in the U.S. House of Representatives (Carlton Fields

    The City of Chicago is now requiring debt collectors to obtain a Regulated Business License (BuckleySandler

    “Mary Jo White will bring a level of judgment and expertise in evaluating enforcement proceedings that few can claim to match” (Morvillo Abramowitz

    Dish Network has got ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC hopping mad… (Foley Hoag

    BYOD? Bring your own hassles is more like it… (MoFo Tech

    Writing a business plan? Read this first (Scott Legal Services

    Want to know how businesses around the world are dealing with the growing use of social media in the workplace? Read this (Proskauer

    Welcome to the jungle. The nanotechnology patent jungle, that is… (Foley & Lardner

    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

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

    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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