JD Supra Corporate Brief: Conflict Minerals, Google Glass, 3-D Printing, Pay Gap

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Can’t determine the origin of your conflict minerals? There’s a description for that: “DRC conflict undeterminable”… (Jill Radloff at Leonard, Street and Deinard)

How will the rise of Google Glass impact e-discovery? (Michele Lange, JD Supra Perspectives)

As if you didn’t have enough to do already… here’s a year-end executive comp to-do checklist for plan sponsors… (Snell & Wilmer)

Criminal prosecutions for bribery and corruption are unlikely to occur unless there is a blatant disregard of compliance and internal procedures… (Michael Volkov at The Volkov Group Law Firm)

A viable solution to the gender pay gap and the glass ceiling demands a holistic approach. And this amazing 33-page analysis is a good place to start… (Orrick)

“Banging the Close”? “Spoofing”? Call it what you want – it’s illegal and the CFTC will catch you… (Corporate Law Report)

3-D printing has put us in the middle of a technological revolution similar to the one who led to the digitalization of sounds and images… (Gianluigi Marino at DLA Piper)

Here’s an early analysis of the CFPB’s final mortgage disclosure rule and forms… (BuckleySandler)

What should employers know about the Employment Non-Discrimination Act… (Lindsay Griffin Smith at Spilman Thomas & Battle)

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