1. JD Supra Morning Brief: Terrorism Laws, Meningitis Outbreak, Fifth Amendment, Food Litigation

    It’s Thursday, and that means an extra cup of coffee for all of us here at the JD Supra Morning Brief. Care to join us? 

    From trespassing to terrorism: the first gang member charged as a terrorist earns a new trial after eight years in jail (Bloomberg Law

    Not part of the country’s “critical infrastructure”? You still have to worry about cybersecurity… (Looper Reed

    The 2013 Vintage certainly has a robust body and bouquet… (Manatt, Phelps & Phillips

    Employee or independent contractor? It matters for the Affordable Care Act, too… (Barger & Wolen

    The FDA has tightened its prescription rules in response to last fall’s meningitis outbreak (Duane Morris

    Fill an inside straight? No problem – I’m clickin’ with my lucky mouse! (Is That Legal?

    Can the Fifth Amendment be invoked to avoid giving the Feds evidence of illegal offshore accounts? (Morvillo Abramowitz

    China has given its anti-corruption law more bite, but one thing hasn’t changed: receiving a bribe is not a crime (Morrison & Foerster

    A Dutch court ordered ABB to pay damages to its customer TenneT for overcharges that grew out of ABB’s participation in a cartel, the first such ruling in the Netherlands (McDermott Will & Emery

    Want fries with that? “Footlong” sandwiches, “100% Kosher” hot dogs, margaritas, honey, and more in this food litigation roundup (Perkins Coie