In this issue:

- NIST Holds Fifth Workshop on Cybersecurity Framework; Incentives Still Lacking

- Advertising Law News & Analysis

- November 1, 2013 Edition

- November 7, 2013 Edition

- November 14, 2013 Edition

- November 21, 2013 Edition

- FIRREA: The DOJ’s Expansive (and Expensive) Tool of Choice

- House Passes Retail Investor Protection Act

- Spotlight on CFPB Procurement Opportunities

- The Download: Developments in E-Commerce, Privacy, Internet

Advertising, Marketing, and Information Services Law and Policy

- 2014 Dollar Limits on Compensation and Benefits

- Policing Your Donuts: FDA Tentatively Determines That Trans Fats from Partially Hydrogenated Oils Are Not Generally Recognized as Safe

- IP Buzz - November 2013

- Takeaways from the Miami Dolphins' Locker Room: The Legal Risks of Workplace Bullying

- Federal Grant & Contract News for Nonprofits - November 2013

- Preventing Fraud and Embezzlement in Your Nonprofit Organization

- Private Fund Update

- November 4, 2013 Edition

- November 11, 2013 Edition

- November 18, 2013 Edition

- November 25, 2013 Edition

- SEC Sheds Light on Its Pursuit of "Streamlined" Investigations

- Upcoming Events

- Excerpt from: SEC Sheds Light on Its Pursuit of "Streamlined" Investigations:

Securities market participants and their counsel have fretted recently over the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (the Commission) new aggressive enforcement initiatives. In particular, in several recent speeches, Chairwoman Mary Jo White has warned that she intends for the Commission to be perceived as "being everywhere" by bringing enforcement actions against violators in "every market participant category and in every market strata." Accordingly, Ms. White has vowed to pursue "even the smallest infractions." Many have questioned the efficacy of this approach given that Commission officials have pledged simultaneously to continue bringing large cases, particularly time- and resource-intensive accounting fraud cases. Recently, Gerald Hodgkins, an Associate Director in the Commission’s Division of Enforcement, shed light on how the Commission will seek to accomplish these conflicting goals – by conducting "streamlined" investigations into strict liability violations.

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Topics:  Advertising, Athletes, Bullying, CFPB, Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity Framework, E-Commerce, Embezzlement, FDA, Fraud, Grants, Hazing, Internet, Investigations, NFL, NIST, Non-Profits, Private Funds, Procurement Guidelines, Retailers, SEC

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