JD Supra Corporate Brief: Retail Cybersecurity, Striking Workers, Snow Days, Transfer Pricing

On February 4, 1801, John Marshall is sworn in as Chief Justice of the United States.

Could Bitcoin make retail cybersecurity obsolete? (Henry Dinger, Grant Fondo, and William Stern; JD Supra Perspectives)

Employers, you need to read these Affordable Care Act updates… (JD Supra Contributors)

There’s a lot at stake for the NLRB in its challenge to Wal-Mart’s treatment of striking workers… (Mintz Levin)

How’d You Get That Job? Rebecca Signer Roche, Senior Labor & Employment Counsel at DynCorp International, tells her story… (Rebecca Signer Roche, JD Supra Perspectives)

You should think twice before you dock employees for missing work due to weather… (Miyuki Oshima at Ogletree Deakins)

The OECD’s draft guidelines on transfer pricing documentation are a template for multinational reporting of global business information and taxes… (Paul Flignor, Mike Patton, and Agata Uceda at DLA Piper)

The dot.com world is about to explode… (Henry Welles at Best Best & Krieger)

The FDA’s refusal to define “natural” is putting food manufacturers at risk for class action litigation… (Mark Campbell, Livia Kiser, Scott Liebman, and Michael Mallow at Loeb & Loeb)

Here’s what CFPB Director Richard Cordray thinks about the agency’s mortgage rules, auto finance guidance, payday and Internet lending crackdown, and more… (BuckleySandler)

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