JD Supra Corporate Brief: Workplace Harassment, Vicarious Liability, Resource Nationalism, Wild Kingdom

To go with today’s JD Supra Corporate Brief, we’d recommend a nice, full-bodied 2013 Arabica-Robusta blend from Brazil…

How are companies responding to workplace harassment, discrimination and retaliation? Read this benchmark survey… (NAVEX Global)

The European Union is on the cusp of implementing new rules that will require greater transparency on payments made in the extractive industries (Cadwalader)

FCC will impose vicarious liability on companies that hire third-party telemarketers who violate the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (Ropes & Gray)

E&Y says “resource nationalism” is the number one risk for mining companies in 2013 (Reed Smith)

Started drafting your “Marketplace Notice” yet? Here’s what you need to know (K&L Gates)

The EPA won’t be creating a new air pollution control program for coal mines. Not for now, anyway… (Dinsmore)

Could a “safari-inspired residential carpet” called “Wild Kingdom” really infringe on Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom trademark? Maybe… (Mintz Levin)

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