JD Supra Corporate Brief: OSHA Inspections, Sustainable Buildings, Religious Discrimination, Export Controls

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“We’re from OSHA and we’re here to visit your workplace…” (King & Spalding)

Here’s your 52-page guide to developing, investing in, and managing sustainable buildings around the world… (DLA Piper)

New guidance from the EEOC for employers on avoiding discrimination stemming from religious dress and grooming in the workplace… (Fredric Leffler, Marc Mandelman, Katharine Parker, and Allan Weitzman at Proskauer)

The US government just hit Intevac with a $115K fine for storing technical information in violation of export controls… (Harry Clark and W. Clark McFadden at Orrick)

Why yes, the SEC is serious about going after the individuals involved in corporate corruption… (Thomas Gorman at Dorsey & Whitney)

Japan is one of the lower-risk countries for bribery and corruption, but there are two blind spots for foreign firms… (Catherine Palmer and Daiske Yoshida at Latham & Watkins)

Deferred prosecution agreements are now available in the United Kingdom to resolve criminal investigations of corporate crimes… (Matthew Cowie, Gary DiBianco, and Caroline Wojtylak at Skadden Arps)

Dealing with organized labor? Follow the Boeing blueprint… (Stephen Lueke at FordHarrison)

It’s true: complying with OFAC sanctions is critical to business… (WeComply)

[Hot Topic] The Employee Retirement Income Security Act

[Featured Author] Elizabeth Fries at Goodwin Procter

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