JD Supra Corporate Brief: Deceptive Acts, Listing Standards, Safe Harbor, Open Enrollment

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Seems like every regulatory agency wants to monitor unfair or deceptive acts or practices at large banks these days… (Morrison & Foerster)

These six factors will help you determine if your company is complying with the NYSE and Nasdaq listing standards… (Manatt, Phelps & Phillips)

The Richmond, CA, eminent domain seizure program violates multiple provisions of the US and California Constitutions… (Ropes & Gray)

This safe harbor doesn’t appear to be safe after all… (Lane Powell)

Note to investment advisors: technical analysis + intuition does not equal a “proprietary algorithm to trade in currencies”… (Katten)

Federal lawmakers are considering a bill to eliminate tax deductions for compensation in excess of $1 million paid by public companies… (Proskauer)

It’s open enrollment time – and that means making sure your wellness program complies with Affordable Care Act rules… (King & Spalding)

No, California employees cannot sue for retaliation before they’ve completed the Labor Commissioner complaint process… (KMTG)

The Marketplace Notice must be given in writing. To all employees. By October 1st… (Saul Ewing)

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