1. JD Supra Morning Brief: Lance Armstrong, Kim Dotcom, Debt Buyers, Musical Chairs

    Mondays are rough all around. Let the JD Supra Morning Brief smooth off the edges: 

    Should the feds impose greater transparency on corporate political spending? This Columbia Law professor thinks so (Bloomberg Law

    FCPA compliance practitioners can learn a lot from Lance Armstrong… (Thomas Fox

    Does the Communications Decency Act provide immunity to website operators for defamatory statements that they actively encouraged? (Holland & Knight

    Wondering how to spend your management training dollars? The EEOC can tell you (Littler

    Kim Dotcom’s new “sharing” website Mega? It’s already received a host of copyright infringement warnings… (Baldwins

    The Federal Trade Commission has issued a “first-of-its-kind” study of debt buyers (Ballard Spahr

    A public market for private company shares? Yep. And it’s growing (Cohen & Gresser

    Can’t keep up with the musical chairs game in President Obama’s cabinet? This will help (King & Spalding

    Thinking of putting full-time employees on part-time schedules to avoid health care costs next year? (Akerman Senterfitt

    New rules for foreign banks operating in the United States (Dechert

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