JD Supra Corporate Brief: BYOD Policies, Conflict Minerals, Cyber Crime, Class Actions

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Unfortunately for employers, there is no boilerplate BYOD policy that will work for all situations… (Michelle Keogh at Snell & Wilmer)

What if the key to overturning the SEC conflict minerals rule were the First Amendment? (Frank Murray at Foley & Lardner)

Enough is enough, says Congress, as it swings into action to fight cyber crime… (King & Spalding)

Of the nearly 2,000 securities class actions filed since 2002, fewer than 24 have been denied class certification… (Michelle Reed at Akin Gump)

Maybe you’ve been going about compliance from the wrong angle… (Cindy Knezevich at The Network)

Change clothes on your own time, Supreme Court tells workers… (Corporate Law Report)

This is why you need cyber insurance… (Thomas Dye at Carlton Fields Jorden Burt)

The SEC is gearing up for a very busy year… (Thomas Gorman at Dorsey & Whitney)

Here’s a cautionary tale on why you might want to do more to protect your trade secrets… (Susan Kohn Ross at Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp)

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