In this issue:
- Could Your Affiliate’s Activities Subject Your Company to the New Iran Reporting Requirements?
- New York Attorney General Proposes New Rules Requiring Nonprofits Funding Political Communications to Disclose Donors
- Record Civil False Claims Act Recoveries Point to Increased Whistleblower Cases in 2013
- Second Circuit Rules Off-Label Marketing is Protected by First Amendment
- Understanding New Restrictions on Advertising GI Bill Benefits
- Advertising News & Analysis
December 6, 2012 Edition
December 13, 2012 Edition
- IP Buzz - December 2012
- Upcoming Events
- Honors and Awards
An excerpt from "Could Your Affiliate’s Activities Subject Your Company to the New Iran Reporting Requirements?"
The Securities and Exchange Commission has issued guidance on the new requirement that all companies with stock traded on U.S. exchanges, whether U.S. or foreign, publicly disclose certain of their affiliates’ activities involving Iran.
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Topics: Commercial Speech, False Claims Act, GI Bill, Iran Threat Reduction and Syria Human Rights Act, Marketing, Off-Label Use, Political Contributions, Whistleblowers
Published In: General Business Updates, Elections & Politics Updates, Government Contracting Updates, International Trade Updates, Nonprofits Updates
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