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  • Oracle, HP under scrutiny from DOJ and SEC

    The Department of Justice (DOJ) recently has increased surveillance of illegal operations among companies and their operations abroad. Current investigations are focused on two of the world’s leading technology companies—Oracle Corp. and Hewlitt-Packard Co. The technology giants face review under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).

  • Changes anticipated for TV distributors

    The leading body for copyright regulations, the U.S Copyright office, has asked Congress to adjust the copyright legislation that currently regulates the course for television distribution. The office proposes that Congress modify the current payment system between cable and satellite operators and rights holders.

  • European Union to examine takeover defenses

    The European Union will examine the legislation on corporate acquisitions to determine companies’ abilities to protect against hostile takeovers. The European Commission is the executive body of the Union that will review the current legislation to evaluate whether change is needed.

  • In-N-Out sues Grab-N-Go Burger chain

    In-N-Out Burger filed a lawsuit against a Maryland fast-food chain, claiming that the restaurant has copied In-N-Out’s signature look. The style and design of Grab-N-Go’s logo is too similar to that of the Californian chain, says In-N-Out.

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