Topic: BYOD

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Annual Meetings, SEC Priorities, Information Governance, Trade Disputes

The beginning of the end: 24 years ago today, the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist Party agrees to give up its monopoly on power. Getting ready for year-end SEC filings and the 2014 annual meeting? Read this first… (Megan Gates and Pamela Greene at Mintz Levin) 2014 priorities for the SEC’s investigation arm: fraud,… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Cyber Attacks, Human Trafficking, H-1B Visas, Mortgage Insurers

On this day in 1937, President Franklin D. Roosevelt launched his ill-fated plan to add more justices to the US Supreme Court. Are we as prepared for cyber attacks as we need to be? It doesn’t look like it… (Travis Wall at Barger & Wolen) Here’s what companies can do to ensure that their operations… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: BYOD Policies, Conflict Minerals, Cyber Crime, Class Actions

Go ahead, sign up for email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief. It is Friday, after all… Unfortunately for employers, there is no boilerplate BYOD policy that will work for all situations… (Michelle Keogh at Snell & Wilmer) What if the key to overturning the SEC conflict minerals rule were the First Amendment? (Frank… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Global Antitrust, Data Security, Job Candidates, Iran Sanctions

Whatever the weather, the JD Supra Corporate Brief will keep you warm and dry: Here’s a look at global trends in M&A antitrust enforcement… (Skadden Arps) The federal “Data Security Act” would preempt all state laws related to data security and notification requirements… (Travis Wall at Barger & Wolen) “OK, now let’s see if she’s… Read more »

7 Hot Workplace Issues for 2014

From experts writing on JD Supra, here’s a look at some of the issues that should dominate the employment landscape in 2014: 1. The Affordable Care Act The 12-month postponement of the employer mandate, announced in June 2013, is going by very quickly. And there’s still a lot to be done before it ends. Read: The… Read more »

7 Things Every Entrepreneur Should Do to Protect Your Startup’s IP

“For a new venture […] an intellectual property portfolio may be the venture’s only major asset.” (Vern Francissen of law firm Lane Powell) You have an amazing startup idea and work is underway. Positive response from early adopters; you’re building a great team; things are looking good… But don’t overlook one key part to your… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Social Media Disclosure, Federal Shutdown Costs, Shanghai Free-Trade Zone, Ireland Whistleblower Protections

Sign up for email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief, and you’ll never go looking for law news again… Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn provide a 24/7 outlet for corporate disclosure… (Akin Gump) Contractors may be entitled to recover costs arising from the federal shutdown, but they’ve got to act quickly… (Morrison & Foerster)… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: M&A Activity, Iran Sanctions, Wellness Program, Libor Scandal

Wouldn’t the world be a better place if we all just slowed down a bit, smiled a little more, worried less, and spent the morning reading the JD Supra Corporate Brief? Will M&A pick up during the second half of the year? (Morrison & Foerster) “You’re gonna need more credible evidence if you want to… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: FTC Approval, Gray Market, Personal Email, Say-on-Pay Lawsuits

Haven’t signed up yet for email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief? What on earth are you waiting for? Why would a buyer want FTC blessing of an acquisition that falls below the HSR reporting threshold? (Perkins Coie) It’s not smoke and mirrors: gray market goods have indeed gotten a little less gray… (Quinn… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Self-Reporting, Market Manipulation, Green Chemistry, BYOD Privacy

On August 9, 1892, Thomas Edison is granted a patent for the two-way telegraph, one of the nearly 1,100 patents the inventor received in the United States.  Any business that stores consumer credit card numbers and other personal information should study carefully the $18 million FCRA ruling against Equifax… (Mintz Levin) So here’s the deal:… Read more »

5 Ways to Protect Your Company’s Information from a Data Security Breach

“[I]n 2012, data breaches cost American companies an average of $188 per lost record, and $5.4 million per incident.” (ID Experts) What do the University of Virginia, Apple, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Ubuntu, and the Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital have in common? Among other things, all have been recent victims of data breaches. And, as… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: BYOD Policies, Trade Secrets, Self-Disclosure, Supplier Breakdowns

Today’s efficiency tip: save time with email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief. Click here to sign up. Key workplace issue in the era of Mad Men: employee BYOB policies. Key workplace issue today: employee BYOD policies (Pillsbury) Didn’t we end this relationship a long time ago? So why are you still using our… Read more »

[Video] Corporate Law Report: News to Use… Now

Welcome to our latest Corporate Law Report. You know the drill: Watch the video overview above and, for any topics that interest you, go deeper with the legal analysis and commentary below>> 1. Managing Cyber Risk Top Ten Ways To Manage Cyber Risk – Sherman & Howard L.L.C. 2. BYOD, But Leave the Risks Behind… Read more »