JD Supra Corporate Brief: Proxy Voting, Intern Lawsuits, 401(k) Audits, Internal Investigations

Memorial Day: the unofficial start of summer, backyard grilling, lounging at the beach, and more. We hope you had a good holiday. Now get back to work…

What’s the going rate for an early look at proxy voting results? (Leonard, Street and Deinard)

Former Hearst interns cannot be certified into a class action, but don’t expect unpaid intern lawsuits to go away any time soon… (Orrick)

Want to come clean on worker misclassification – without triggering a tax audit? You’ve got a little more than a month… (Ogletree Deakins)

Could your products lead to bronchiolitis obliterans in employees or customers? Don’t wait to find out… (Dinsmore)

Would your 401(k) plan stand up to an audit? (Osler)

There are many ways an internal investigation can go wrong… (Brooks Pierce)

Don’t fool yourself into thinking your company’s not at risk for FCPA violations… (NAVEX Global)

Does wage and hour insurance make sense for you? (Gilbert)

The FTC has proposed a ban on telemarketer use of “novel payment methods” (Ballard Spahr)

Selling criminal records without taking consumer protection measures as required by the Fair Credit Reporting Act? There’s an app for that (or, at least, there used to be be…) (Holland & Knight)

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