JD Supra Corporate Brief: Volcker Rule, Environmental Liabilities, OSHA Whistleblowers, Big Data

Nothing says “Happy Thursday” better than a piping hot cup of law news!

Here’s an interesting visual comparison of the distance covered to get to the final version of the Volcker Rule… (Corporate Compliance Report)

Should employees be allowed to work from home? (Mary Bennett and Ed Petry at NAVEX Global)

Apparently, environmental liabilities of dissolved corporations are not biodegradable in Delaware… (Robert Sanoff at Foley Hoag)

Three ways employers can respond to OSHA’s new online whistleblower complaint form… (Corporate Law Report)

The final Volcker Rule is beginning to emerge… (Shearman & Sterling)

What’s the big idea about big data? (Adam Chernichaw and Ruchita Dhawan at White & Case)

There’s a new type of US export headed to Europe… (Ludger Giesberts and Andreas Tiedge at DLA Piper)

Don’t miss the December 13 deadline for submitting your comments on the nation’s Preliminary Cybersecurity Framework… (Margaret McNaul and Kenneth Salomon at Thompson Coburn)

Is it still a “quickie” (election) if it takes the NLRB several years to decide? (Mike Johnson at Ogletree Deakins)

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