JD Supra Corporate Brief: Cyber Technology, FLSA Lawsuits, Proxy Advisors, LIBOR Litigation

The largest farm worker strike in the history of the United States, known as the Salad Bowl strike, was started on August 23, 1970, by César Chavéz.

Exporting cyber technology products and services could become more difficult in both the US and Europe… (Sheppard Mullin)

It’s a small(er) world, after all… (BakerHostetler)

Cybersecurity is an issue for the board of directors, not the IT department… (Morrison & Foerster)

Is a popularity contest the best way to choose a proxy advisor? (Allen Matkins)

Companies that conduct unpaid security checks of employees risk FLSA lawsuits… (DLA Piper)

Do you know the difference between ADA accommodation and FMLA leave? (Stoel Rives)

Remember the LIBOR manipulation litigation? Yeah, it’s still going on… (Burr & Forman)

Assessing third-party compliance risk depends on asking the right questions… (NAVEX Global)

If Hamlet had been a lawyer: “To appeal, or not to appeal, that is the question…” (Pepper Hamilton)

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