Topic: Discrimination

JD Supra Corporate Brief: OSHA Inspections, Sustainable Buildings, Religious Discrimination, Export Controls

On the go? Get the JD Supra Morning Brief delivered straight to your inbox, every weekday morning. Sign up here. “We’re from OSHA and we’re here to visit your workplace…” (King & Spalding) Here’s your 52-page guide to developing, investing in, and managing sustainable buildings around the world… (DLA Piper) New guidance from the EEOC… Read more »

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: Cyber Attacks, China Regulations, Virtual Currencies, Religious Accommodation

We know how this turned out… On this day in 1876, both Alexander Graham Bell and Elisha Gray applies for a patent on the telephone. Worried you might be targeted for a cyber attack? Read this. Today… (Roberta Anderson and Katherine Blair at K&L Gates) China’s current regulatory environment continues to present new challenges for the pharmaceutical… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Copyright Decisions, Leaning In, Security Audits, Iran Sanctions

Winter weather got you down? Consider this: on January 28, 1977 – the first day of a four-day storm – the Great Lakes Blizzard dropped up to 10 ft of snow on portions of upstate New York. It’s likely to be one of the most significant Supreme Court copyright law decisions in nearly 30 years…… 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 »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Proprietary Trading, Employee Training, Bazaarvoice Acquisition, Legal Marijuana

How do we celebrate Friday? Hot coffee, cheese danish, and a double-shot of the JD Supra Corporate Brief: Here’s a comprehensive look at the restrictions on bank proprietary trading in the Volcker Rule… (Maureen Donley, Stacy Kanter, and Laura Kaufmann Belkhayat at Skadden Arps) Why train employees on how to avoid sexual harassment and other… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: JPMorgan Fine, Volcker Rule, Computer Fraud, Nondiscrimination Tests

Pity the lowly Thursday, sandwiched between Hump Day and TGIF, the day everyone wants to get through so they can start the weekend. But Thursday it is – until tomorrow at least – and that means another JD Supra Corporate Brief: JPMorgan has agreed to pay more than $2 billion for its role in Bernie… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: HR Priorities, Patent Law, Bank Regulations, Proxy Statements

On this day in 1977, Apple Computers was incorporated. Protecting employee and customer data should be an HR priority in 2014… (Megan Anderson at Gray Plant Mooty) “Old Compound + Known Purpose + Prior Art Concentrations = Obvious“ – the new patent law math? (Jeffrey Gargano at McDermott Will & Emery) Get your bank regulation… Read more »

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)… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Conflict Minerals, Google Glass, 3-D Printing, Pay Gap

Get a head start on your holiday shopping: sign up for email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief today! Can’t determine the origin of your conflict minerals? There’s a description for that: “DRC conflict undeterminable”… (Jill Radloff at Leonard, Street and Deinard) How will the rise of Google Glass impact e-discovery? (Michele Lange, JD… Read more »

3 Rules of Thumb When Investigating Bullying in the Workplace

Whatever the outcome, one thing is certain: Richie Incognito’s alleged abuse of fellow Miami Dolphin Jonathan Martin has lifted the curtain on bullying and intimidation in the workplace. And on an employer’s obligation to stop it. From attorneys at Hopkins & Carley: For employers, the lessons of the Jonathan Martin case are simple and clear.… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Shareholder Activism, Google Filters, Disappearing Goodwill, Fair Lending

Slow morning? Let the JD Supra Corporate Brief jumpstart your day: Public corporations aren’t the only ones who have to worry about shareholder activism – so do the country’s banks… (Skadden Arps) The law may be on his side, but erasing compromising photos of Max Mosley on the Internet will take more than a filter… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Goldman Trade Secrets, Cross-Border Telecommuting, Brazil Anti-Corruption, Worker Misclassification Lawsuits

On this day in 1895, George B. Selden was granted the first US patent for an automobile. Today’s global economy forecast: bumpy road ahead – but things should start to smooth out in 2014… (Richard Dion, David Dodge, and John Weekes at Bennett Jones) Score one for the underdog? (Kenneth Vanko at Clingen Callow &… Read more »

What’s News for Mortgage Lenders? Fair Lending Fines, Qualified Mortgage Rule, FIRREA Claims, CFPB Fines, and More

What’s new in the world of residential mortgage lending? To start with, these five recent developments that every lender should be following. From lawyers on JD Supra: 1.       DOJ fines lenders over discrimination: “Recently, the DOJ released information regarding three fair lending actions, all three of which included allegations related to wholesale lending programs. On… Read more »