JD Supra Corporate Brief: Proprietary Trading, Employee Training, Bazaarvoice Acquisition, Legal Marijuana

How do we celebrate Friday? Hot coffee, cheese danish, and a double-shot of the JD Supra Corporate Brief:

Here’s a comprehensive look at the restrictions on bank proprietary trading in the Volcker Rule… (Maureen Donley, Stacy Kanter, and Laura Kaufmann Belkhayat at Skadden Arps)

Why train employees on how to avoid sexual harassment and other discrimination claims? Actually, the answer is clear… (Richard Laner at Laner Muchin)

Court rules Bazaarvoice acquisition of rival violates antitrust laws… (Corporate Law Report)

International underworld, secret offshore accounts, shell companies: all in a day’s work when you’re bribing government officials… (Michael Rosensaft at Katten)

What should employers in Washington and Colorado do in the face of legal marijuana? (Vance Knapp at JD Supra Perspectives)

ACA implementation, HIPAA, electronic medical records, and the rest of the expected top ten healthcare stories of 2014… (Robert Slavkin at Akerman)

Many companies aren’t doing enough to prevent insiders from stealing trade secrets… (Perry Viscounty at Latham & Watkins)

Lawmakers in 14 states – and the feds – are currently considering laws that will restrict how corporations use data from the “internet of things”… (Pedro Pavon at Carlton Fields Jorden Burt)

Is your company prepared for an equal pay claim? (Kirstin Muller at Hirschfeld Kraemer)

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