JD Supra Corporate Brief: DOL Agenda, Ominbus Rule, EEOC Tactics, Conflict Minerals

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US Labor Secretary Thomas Perez is making it clear that the DOL will pursue an aggressive, pro-union agenda of labor and employment law reforms under his watch… (Ogletree Deakins)

The HIPAA Omnibus Rule deadline is September 23rd – here’s how to comply… (Corporate Law Report)

Au voleur! French law allows trade secret owners to seize property from suspected thieves… (Orrick)

Coming soon to a corporate inbox near you: the EEOC’s latest investigation tactic… (Baker Donelson)

Mexico is on the cusp of comprehensive tax reform. Here’s what it will look like… (DLA Piper)

Is the honeymoon over for President Obama and organized labor? (BakerHostetler)

Not one, not two, but ten practical antitrust compliance tips for health care providers… (Ober|Kaler)

Maybe this alternative way to disclose conflict minerals will be less controversial… (Leonard, Street and Deinard)

Are federal judges rising up to fight for judicial discretion in FCPA settlements? (Michael Volkov)

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