JD Supra Corporate Brief: SEC Reporting, Social Media, Non-Poaching Arrangements, Fired Whistleblowers

Day Three of the government shutdown, and no end in sight. Hang in there, America…

Buying or selling? It doesn’t matter – the SEC historical financial statement reporting requirements apply either way… (Skadden Arps)

It’s everything you need to know about social media and securities laws. Really… (Morrison & Foerster)

Colorado energy companies must act quickly to preserve insurance coverage for damages related to the recent catastrophic flooding in the state… (Reed Smith)

Intuit, Lucasfilm, and Pixar just agreed to pay $20 million to settle claims that they entered into illegal “non-poaching” agreements… (McDermott Will & Emery)

There’s a fine line between encouraging employees to volunteer and forcing them to participate… (BakerHostetler)

Would you blow the whistle for $25K? How about $14 million? (NAVEX Global)

Tell people not to do stupid things, and other ways employers can minimize technology-related legal risks… (Gray Plant Mooty)

Will the SEC be a safety net for fired whistleblowers? (Morvillo Abramowitz)

The CFPB only cares about policies and procedures? It’s a myth… (Venable)

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