JD Supra Corporate Brief: Iran Notices, Health FSAs, Corporate Boards, FATCA Implementation

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Are the days when Chief Compliance Officers are held accountable a thing of the past? (Bettina Eckerle of Eckerle Law)

Over the past eight months, companies have filed more than 400 Iran notices with the SEC… (Shearman & Sterling)

The IRS lets employees carryover money in flexible spending accounts – here’s what employers need to know… (Corporate Law Report)

Why is there so much talk about getting more women on corporate boards and so little action? (Kerry Berchem at Akin Gump)

Another day, another step closer to the 2014 implementation of FATCA… (Skadden Arps)

The UK government has launched a plan designed to implement the UN’s Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights… (Simon Bushell, Charles Claypoole, and Daniel Harrison at Latham & Watkins)

Whole Foods’ ban on recording workplace conversations is perfectly legal according to the NLRB… (Christopher Cognato and William Kennedy at Ballard Spahr)

The SEC continues to target to target cybersecurity disclosures… (Anthony Rodriguez at Morrison & Foerster)

The shutdown may have ended, but the country’s trade agencies are still feeling the effects… (King & Spalding)

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