JD Supra Corporate Brief: Volcker Rule, Workplace Gossip, Undocumented Workers, Securities Fraud

Happy New Year from JD Supra! Best wishes for a healthy and happy 2014.

Cyber risk is the “new normal” – and that means companies will have to beef up their insurance coverage… (Alba Alessandro at Hodgson Russ)

No gossip in the workplace? No way, says the NLRB… (Renee Phillips and Gary Siniscalco at Orrick)

Hiring undocumented workers could cost these restaurant owners – and managers – more than $16 million in profits… (Melissa Silver at XpertHR)

There is more securities fraud in the world than the SEC can address… (David Smyth at Brooks Pierce)

Employers, what are your resolutions for 2014? (Alizah Diamond at Schnader)

What does the Volcker Rule mean for banks engaging in capital markets activities? (Henry Fields, Anna Pinedo, and James Tanenbaum at Morrison & Foerster)

States across the country are ringing in the New Year with higher minimum wages… (Ryan Green and Susan Jackson at Dinsmore & Shohl)

What we have here is a failure to conciliate – and that’s bad news for employers in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Indiana… (Michael Warner at Franczek Radelet)

How to survive an SEC examination? (Michael Dana, Peter Fetzer, and Terry Nelson at Foley & Lardner)

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