JD Supra Corporate Brief: JPMorgan Fine, Volcker Rule, Computer Fraud, Nondiscrimination Tests

Pity the lowly Thursday, sandwiched between Hump Day and TGIF, the day everyone wants to get through so they can start the weekend. But Thursday it is – until tomorrow at least – and that means another JD Supra Corporate Brief:

JPMorgan has agreed to pay more than $2 billion for its role in Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme… (Eric Fischer, Jackson Galloway, and Elizabeth Fries at Goodwin Procter)

Insurance companies, meet the Volcker Rule… (Sutherland)

One anti-hacker arrow you may not know is in your quiver: the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act… (Nick Akerman at Dorsey & Whitney)

It doesn’t matter whether you win or lose. It’s how you play the game – er, pay the government… (Jennifer Barry, Patrick Justman, Zachary Thompson, and Perry Viscounty at Latham & Watkins)

Seven compliance updates you should read today… (Corporate Compliance Report)

Do your health and welfare plans pass the nondiscrimination tests? (Chad DeGroot and Monica Lasky at Laner Muchin)

You won’t hear anyone call Canada an anti-corruption laggard anymore… (WeComply)

Hot topics: ACA cost sharing, wellness programs, and the MHPAEA… (Ann Fievet at Mintz Levin)

“You’ll never work in this town again – but for the record, you’re good to go in Detroit”… (Daniel Corbett at Orrick)

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