Topic: ADA

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Dodd-Frank, Myanmar Exports, M&A Brokers, LinkedIn Announcements

On this day in 1803, the United States Supreme Court established the doctrine of judicial review when it ruled in Mabury v. Madison that Section 13 of the Judiciary Act of 1789 was unconstitutional. What do bank boards of directors need to know about Dodd-Frank? These five things… (Paul Reynolds at Dinsmore & Shohl) US… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Green Money, International Privacy, Cybersecurity Framework, Taxable Loans

Even on a short week, Friday is cause for celebration: a double-shot of espresso, a blueberry scone, and the JD Supra Corporate Brief. $200 million will buy you a lot of green…  (Lance Brasher, Julia Czarniak, and Paul Kraske at Skadden Arps) Of the many issues that global litigants will grapple with in the coming… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: I-9 Investigations, FCPA Charges, UK Whistleblowers, Public Statements

Why did the chicken cross the road? To pick up a double-shot latte and a scone to go with her JD Supra Corporate Brief, of course: I-9 investigations are at an all-time high… (Scott Bettridge at Akerman) Do the FCPA charges against a former Bechtel executive signal a new era of anti-corruption enforcement? (David Courchaine… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: China Antitrust, EPA Updates, Ethics Lessons, Japanese Mushrooms

Sign up for email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief. It’s as easy as click, type, send… Here’s an excellent overview of antitrust and competition law enforcement in China last year… (Simon Baxter, Frederic Depoortere, David Foster, and Sharis Pozen at Skadden Arps) Three ways the EPA is celebrating the New Year… (Corporate Law… Read more »

Government Issues New Rules to Boost Hiring of Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities – 7 Things All Federal Contractors Must Do

“Prior to the effective date, Contractors should undertake a comprehensive review of their policies, procedures and plans to identify the modifications they will need to make to comply with the new regulations.” (Proskauer) In late August, the Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs issued new rules intended to increase employment of veterans… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Sleeping Employees, First Amendment, Automated Trading, Religious Accommodation

Isn’t it time you signed up for email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief? Can an employer fire a worker who falls asleep on the job? The answer might surprise you… (Duane Morris) California’s “Do Not Track” law goes into effect in two weeks. Are you ready? (Proskauer) The Telephone Consumer Protection Act does… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: China Trademarks, Offshore Wind, Mandatory Arbitration, Butterfly Effect

It’s Wednesday, and that means an extra cup of coffee for all of us here at the JD Supra Corporate Brief. Care to join us? Good news: the G20 finally agree on something. Too bad it’s about sharing tax records around the world… (BakerHostetler) China just revised its trademark law again… (Sheppard Mullin) It’s time… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Cyber Technology, FLSA Lawsuits, Proxy Advisors, LIBOR Litigation

The largest farm worker strike in the history of the United States, known as the Salad Bowl strike, was started on August 23, 1970, by César Chavéz. Exporting cyber technology products and services could become more difficult in both the US and Europe… (Sheppard Mullin) It’s a small(er) world, after all… (BakerHostetler) Cybersecurity is an… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Patent Trolls, Powdered Milk, FATCA Registration, George Clooney

Go on, pour yourself a nice tall mug of law news for the ride into work. You’ll be glad you did… Could it be that some patent trolls play an important role in the country’s economic growth? (Burns & Levinson) Canada is cracking down on corruption. Time to clean up your act, eh? (Morrison &… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Obesity Claims, Stock Options, HIPAA Rules, China Compliance

August 6, 1965: President Lyndon Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act into law. 48 years later, in Shelby County v. Holder, the US Supreme Court struck down as unconstitutional a key section of the Act, the formula used to determine which jurisdictions were required to obtain approval before changing voting laws. Nine insurance groups have… Read more »

EEOC Files First GINA Lawsuits Against Employers – 3 Takeaways

“The message is clear: the EEOC is paying serious attention to health-related employment discrimination.” (Patton Boggs) Earlier this month, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission made history with its first-ever lawsuits filed against employers under the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA). From Douglas Mishkin at law firm Patton Boggs: “On May 7, 2013, the EEOC sued Fabricut,… Read more »

3 Take-Aways from the EEOC’s Strategic Enforcement Plan

“For those who believe the SEP inappropriately elevates enforcement over education or improperly reinforces an ‘integrated’ system of enforcement, I have only this to say: read the statute…” [Chai R. Feldblum is one of the Commissioners of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), a five-person Commission charged with enforcing employment anti-discrimination laws in the United… Read more »