1. JD Supra Morning Brief: Sequestration, Bob Dylan, Madame Cezanne, EU Cybersecurity

    Three things to like about Tuesday: 1) it’s not Monday, 2) “Twofer” Tuesday lunch specials across town, 3) the JD Supra Morning Brief. Enjoy!

    Sequestration would be bad for the country. Very bad (Levick

    "Hey, Mr Tambourine Man, extend a copyright for me…" (BakerHostetler

    Hi-tech HIPAA Hackers? Nope. Thieves steal unencrypted data of 300,000 people – names, SSNs, credit card and checking account numbers, addresses, driver’s license numbers – from the car of an employee of the Cbr blood bank (Ifrah Law

    More, more, more! “Greedy” CFPB showing no signs of slowing down… (Poyner Spruill

    South African authorities are moving ahead with regulation of the country’s over-the-counter derivatives market. And that’s good for the rest of the world (Shipkevich PLLC

    Madame Cezanne in the Conservatory will in fact be staying in the Metropolitan Museum of Art… (Sheppard Mullin

    Securities fraud + EB-5 investment program = a lot of victims (more than 250 if our math is correct) (Brooks Pierce

    Debt collectors continue to learn the hard way that the FTC really is cracking down on the industry (Ballard Spahr

    Do business in Europe? This cybersecurity directive’s for you (Mintz Levin

    Note to employers: if recently terminated employees had access to your Twitter account, CHANGE THE PASSWORD (Field Law

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