JD Supra Corporate Brief: Fair Working Conditions, WARN Act Notices, Deferred Employee Compensation, Human Gene Patents

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How can multinationals ensure fair working conditions for workers on the other side of the globe? (NAVEX Global)

The exemption from WARN Act notices for companies in Chapter 11 just got broader in the 5th Circuit… (BakerHostetler)

A Supreme Court ruling against DOMA could mean a tax refund for employers, too (McDermott Will & Emery)

POM isn’t the only one who loses out in the recent deceptive advertisement ruling from the FTC. So does the First Amendment… (Baker Donelson)

Think the ITC is just for patent disputes? Think again… (Orrick)

The bad news: taxes are up. The good? Deferring compensation may be more valuable for employees… (Pillsbury)

It’s unanimous: human genes cannot be patented. What to make of the Supreme Court decision? (JD Supra Legal Perspective)

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