JD Supra Corporate Brief: IRS Guidance, Shareholder Requests, Recess Appointments, Bank Secrecy

The bad news: It’s Monday. The good news: The JD Supra Corporate Brief is here. The legal news: below…

The Supreme Court likes arbitration. A lot (Pepper Hamilton)

This overview of new IRS guidance on “minimum value, affordability, and wellness programs” under Obamacare is a must-read for all employers (Mintz Levin)

How to respond to a shareholder “books and records” request? (Orrick)

The CFPB has a YouTube channel? (Bradley Arant Boult Cummings)

Three steps for reducing employer wage-and-hour liability (Miller Canfield)

Let the lawsuits begin: President Obama’s NLRB recess appointments ruled unconstitutional (Ogletree Deakins)

Businesses that Handle Virtual Currencies May Be Subject to Bank Secrecy Act (Pillsbury)

Mystified by European antitrust law? No more (Wilson Sonsini)

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