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Alston & Bird LLP

Federal Reserve Board proposes to create term deposit facility

USA - December 28 2009 Today the Federal Reserve Board announced that it had proposed amendments to Regulation D, which addresses reserve requirements for depository institutions

UK follows California’s lead in holding companies responsible for slavery in supply chain

United Kingdom - June 29 2015 Europe has taken a page from California and adopted the California approach to corporate responsibility for supply chain transparency and eradicating

New export requirements on the horizon for cybersecurity products and technologies

USA - June 26 2015 A Security Services provider performs a penetration test on the networks of a foreign corporate client. A developer of an appliance designed to

Russia’s tougher rules on data collection effective in September: U.S. companies with websites or mobile apps targeted to Russia beware

Russia, USA - June 2 2015 U.S. businesses with websites or mobile apps that collect personal information from Russian citizens will be subjected to new rules requiring

Indemnity for active negligence or willful misconduct now prohibited in California

USA - June 27 2013 Normally, a general contractor performs little or none of the work on a construction project with its own forces. Instead, subcontractors perform the

Rhode Island updates Identity Theft Protection Act; requires notice within 45 days of data breach

USA - July 5 2015 In the absence of action by the U.S. Congress to pass a national data breach notification law, many states stepped into the breach to update their

FTC releases new data security guidance for businesses, announces conference series

USA - July 3 2015 The Federal Trade Commission has released new guidance, called "Start with Security," intended to assist businesses to improve their data security

Spinoffs: always popular

USA - July 1 2015 Once again, spinoffs are in the news. The IRS made a "soft announcement" in May that it is taking a hard look at spinoffs of subsidiaries (the

UK follows California’s lead in holding companies responsible for slavery in supply chain

United Kingdom - June 29 2015 Europe has taken a page from California and adopted the California approach to corporate responsibility for supply chain transparency and eradicating

New export requirements on the horizon for cybersecurity products and technologies

USA - June 26 2015 A Security Services provider performs a penetration test on the networks of a foreign corporate client. A developer of an appliance designed to