JD Supra Corporate Brief: Goldman Trade Secrets, Cross-Border Telecommuting, Brazil Anti-Corruption, Worker Misclassification Lawsuits

On this day in 1895, George B. Selden was granted the first US patent for an automobile.

Today’s global economy forecast: bumpy road ahead – but things should start to smooth out in 2014… (Richard Dion, David Dodge, and John Weekes at Bennett Jones)

Score one for the underdog? (Kenneth Vanko at Clingen Callow & McLean)

Cross-border employers need a cross-border telecommuting checklist… (Donald Dowling at White & Case)

Here’s how to prepare for Brazil’s new anti-corruption law… (Pillsbury)

It’s full speed ahead for the full NLRB… (Matthew Tews at Leonard, Street and Deinard)

Are you ready for a worker misclassification lawsuit? (Mary Wu at Baker Donelson)

The IRS just made health flexible spending accounts a little more, well, flexible… (JD Supra Contributors)

A jury will decide if this hedge fund was a Ponzi scheme victim or participant… (Brittany Brown at Holland & Knight)

What’s new in False Claims Act case law? (Patton Boggs)

A California court has ruled that diagnostic claims containing only conventional and existing detection are not patent eligible… (Antoinette Konski at Foley & Lardner)

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