JD Supra Corporate Brief: Non-competition Agreements, Workplace Retaliation, E-Verify Misuse, Stolen Kisses

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Enforcement of non-competition agreements is like dating – here’s how… (Renee Inomata at Burns & Levinson)

According to Forbes, 2014 is the year of the whistleblower. According to this update, it’s likely to be the year of workplace retaliation, too… (Shanti Atkins at NAVEX Global)

As more and more companies use E-Verify, the Department of Homeland Security is changing its focus from education to enforcement… (Anita Sorensen at Foley & Lardner)

It may start with stolen kisses in the supply closet, but a workplace romance can create significant liabilities for employers… (Jennifer Rubin at Mintz Levin)

What can employers expect after the United Auto Workers loss at VW’s Chattanooga plant? (Steven Suflas at Ballard Spahr)

How to protect your separation agreements from EEOC challenge… (Dan Handman and Ferry Eden Lopez at Hirschfeld Kraemer)

What does the Cybersecurity Framework mean for energy companies? (Sutherland)

Yes, the US government is serious about enforcing its Iran sanctions… (Doreen Edelman at Baker Donelson)

The SEC just changed the rules for disclosing share-based compensation in IPOs… (Ze’-ev Eiger at Morrison & Foerster)

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