JD Supra Corporate Brief: Email Policies, Whistleblower Bounties, Counterfeit Goods, Office Supplies

Just over 100 years ago today, the first air freight shipment was completely by the Wright brothers on behalf of department store owner Max Moorehouse. We can’t help but wonder – did it absolutely, positively have to be there overnight?

Will email policies be the next battleground for the NLRB? (Tim Long, Lisa Lupion, and Katina Miner at Orrick)

The SEC just paid out another bounty to an anonymous whistleblower… (Steven Pearlman and Daniel Saperstein at Proskauer)

It’s getting harder and harder to move counterfeit goods across Europe… (K&L Gates)

Qualified health plans are not federal health care programs – and that’s good news for providers… (Kristen Blanchette, Dennis Diaz, and Robert Homchick at Davis Wright Tremaine)

It’s time to let office supply superstores merge, says the FTC… (Helen Kim and Bruce Sokler at Mintz Levin)

They haven’t prosecuted anyone yet, but the Serious Fraud Office is nevertheless committed to enforcing the UK Bribery Act… (Morgan Lewis)

The SEC has an useful tool for cleaning up broken windows: streamlined investigations… (Hillary Profita and Michael Rivera at Venable)

Does the FLSA require employers to pay workers for changing clothes? (William Allen and Tammy McCutchen at Littler)

Add Canada to the list of countries that require disclosure of resource extraction payments… (Lawson Lundell)

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