JD Supra Corporate Brief: Secured Creditors, Trade Secrets, Employer Mandate, Compulsory Dissolution

Happy birthday, Justice Breyer!

“Freedom’s just another word for not printin’ out the code” – employee’s fate changed the moment he pressed “print” to get a hard copy of the stolen trade secrets… (Orrick)

Maybe the one-year delay of the ACA Employer Mandate isn’t such a good thing after all for companies… (BakerHostetler)

Picture this: social-media policies prohibiting employees from taking photos or video in the workplace are likely to be challenged by the NLRB… (Fisher & Phillips)

You snooze, you DON’T lose, said the Fifth Circuit to secured creditors… (Jackson Walker)

The feds have begun a criminal investigation into JPMorgan’s sale of troubled mortgage securities… (Bilzin Sumberg)

Mayor Filner says San Diego should pick up his legal costs because the city never gave him sexual harassment training. Really… (NAVEX Global)

The new generic Top Level Domains just might put your company’s data security at risk… (Reed Smith)

Apparently, the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board has never heard the expression “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”… (Leonard, Street and Deinard)

One possible penalty for companies that violate Brazil’s new anti-corruption law: dissolution of the company. Yes, you read that right… (DLA Piper)

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