1. JD Supra Morning Brief: Cybersecurity Framework, Mark Zuckerberg, Contest Insurance, Student Records

    Supercharge your morning with a jolt of law news - the JD Supra Morning Brief:

    What can businesses do to respond to President Obama’s call for a cybersecurity framework? (Corporate Law Report

    Mark Zuckerberg: entrepreneur, gazillionaire, CEO, subject of a judicial citation (Cullen & Dykman

    Why is the owner of Gardiners Furniture in Baltimore happy? Because he bought contest insurance before giving away $600,000 worth of furniture in a Super Bowl promotion (Thompson Coburn

    The Supreme Court is set to decide once and for all just what “clothes” are, exactly. Really. (XpertHR

    Are digital communications between student and teacher part of student records as defined by federal law? What if they’re in the form of tweets, text messages, and the like? (Franczek Radelet

    Shouldn’t we judge Mary Jo White by her professional record instead of the “side” she happens to be on at the moment? (Morvillo Abramowitz

    Don’t believe everything you read: fake press release touting imaginary benefits of Actimmune leads to felony conviction for CEO and five-year suspension from Medicare, Medicare, and all other federal health care programs (Sheppard Mullin

    Got questions about the E-2 Treaty Investor visa? We’ve got answers (Scott Legal Services

    Outstanding in their field? This overview of oral arguments in Bowman v. Monsanto is a great read (McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff

    MERS is back in the news again (Ballard Spahr

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