JD Supra Corporate Brief: CEO Divorces, Reverse Churning, IRS Guidance, Employee Benefits

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Should the CEO’s divorce be reported in SEC filings? (Kerry Berchem at Akin Gump)

The SEC is crunching a lot of data these days, and one of the things they’re looking for is reverse churning… (Daniel Nathan at Morrison & Foerster)

The IRS on cafeteria plans, flexible spending accounts, and health savings accounts for married same-sex employees… (Joan Disler, Jeffrey Lieberman, and Adam Solander at Epstein Becker & Green)

EU crackdown on “reverse-payment” agreements continues… (Andreas Kafetzopoulos and Isabelle Rahman at Dechert)

It’s no secret: 2013 was a big year for trade secrets… (Corporate Law Report)

The new NLRB general counsel appears to be telegraphing his next moves… (David Houston at Dickinson Wright)

The good news: here’s your year-end employee benefits checklist. The bad: the clock is ticking… (Kristy Britsch and Nicole Hanna at Dinsmore & Shohl)

Every employer must have a workplace social media policy… (Samantha Feuer and Shayla Waldon at Akerman)

The international arbitration butterfly effect? (JAMS, The Resolution Experts)

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