JD Supra Corporate Brief: Wal-Mart Employees, Rogue CEOs, Infinite Loops, Zimbabwe Expropriations

On this day in 1935, the Social Security Act took effect, creating the nation’s government-run retirement pension.

Déjà vu all over again: a federal judge just struck down another proposed class of female Wal-Mart employees… (Orrick)

CEO gone rogue? Here’s what to do… (LEVICK)

Cybersecurity framework, consumer privacy, taxes, and other key issues facing the tech industry… (MoFo Tech)

What would you do if an employee was taken hostage in China (or France or Russia)? (Fisher & Phillips)

Are financial institutions caught in an infinite loop of Dodd-Frank oversight? (BuckleySandler)

You’ve only got about six weeks left to prepare your employee health care notice… (Baker Donelson)

Your insider trading policy might need an update… (Pierce Atwood)

Two insurance trade groups have challenged HUD’s new rule on disparate impact liability under the Fair Housing Act… (Dechert)

Zimbabwe’s government just announced a plan to seize control of foreign-owned mining assets… (King & Spalding)

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