Topic: Federal Contractors

JD Supra Corporate Brief: SEC Report, Lying Liars, Contractor Cybersecurity, Re-Shoring Operations

Oversleep? Spill coffee on your new suit? Leave the afternoon keynote in your other laptop? Relax, take a deep breath, and read the JD Supra Corporate Brief… Think the SEC’s Office of Financial Research’s missed the mark on “Asset Management and Financial Stability”? You’re not alone… (Thomas Vartanian at Dechert) Goldman Sachs will be required… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: FATCA Regime, Securities Dealers, EU Data, Vicarious Liability

Keep your eye on the markets today: both 1929’s Black Thursday and 2008’s Bloody Friday happened on October 24. You’ve got just enough time to read the JD Supra Corporate Brief before the opening bell … The FATCA tax regime will introduce US tax withholding risk into financial transactions that have almost no nexus to… 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: Cyber Insurance, Mary Jo White, CEO Liabilities, Biosimilar Law

Happy Alaska Day! This is why you need cyber insurance… (BakerHostetler) How has Mary Jo White done in her first six months on the job? (Reed Smith) Yes, the CEO could be held liable for unpaid wages… (Baker Donelson) Sure, the shutdown is over, but the questions about paying furloughed contractors remain… (Morrison & Foerster)… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: IP Disputes, Consent Orders, Hazard Communication, Cybersecurity Framework

Keeping track of important law news is easy with the JD Supra Corporate Brief. See for yourself: The ITC is a good forum for resolving international IP disputes. Unless, of course, you’re a Standard-Essential Patent holder… (Akerman Senterfitt) According to the new head of the FTC’s Bureau of Competition, there are five benefits to using… 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: Payroll Cards, Silica Exposure, Green Chemistry, China Visas

If it’s Tuesday, this must be law news. The JD Supra Corporate Brief, to be precise… Wage-and-hour lawsuits represent 91% of all employment law class actions… (NAVEX Global) Bottom line? Payroll cards are OK unless you require your employees to use them… (Ballard Spahr) OSHA’s proposed rule on silica exposure could have a significant impact… 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: Trade Secret Theft, Securities Fraud, Hijacked Domains, Credit Card Surcharges

Sure it’s a short week. But there’s still a lot of law news to read: Victims of cyber attacks: the ITC can help… (Quinn Emanuel) “The good news: you won’t be prosecuted for securities fraud that took place outside the US. The bad news? We’ve determined you were in the US…” (Morvillo Abramowitz) The Department… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Photocopier Secrets, FATCA Effects, Cloud Cybersecurity, Anti-Kickback Statutes

The bad news: It’s Monday. The good news: there’s a long weekend coming up. The law news: What happens in your photocopier better not stay in your photocopier… (Bradley Arant Boult Cummings) Will FATCA do more harm than good? (Fuerst Ittleman David & Joseph) The NIST cloud computing cybersecurity guidelines for federal agencies provide a… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Data Collection, Background Checks, Two-Step Acquisitions, Securities Fraud

On the go? Get the JD Supra Corporate Brief delivered to your inbox, every weekday morning. Sign up here. New guidance from the Digital Advertising Alliance sets forth specific requirements for the collection and use of data from mobile devices… (Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati) Financial institutions that use criminal background checks to screen job… Read more »

Whistleblower Protection Rules: 5 Need-to-Know Developments for Employers

Whistleblowers – insiders who report corporate wrongdoing and fraud – are not new. But many of the laws that protect them are. Perhaps not surprisingly, the protections granted by those laws continue to evolve. For your reference, here’s a look at five recent changes that employers need to know: 1. A federal court ruled that… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Obamacare Deadlines, SEC Settlements, Food Safety, Whistleblower Protections

We can’t promise fireworks, but this JD Supra Corporate Brief is sure to make your morning commute a little more exciting: Next year’s “Pay or Play” deadline? Um, we spoke a little too soon… (JD Supra Contributors) Even the SEC appears to be tiring of “neither admit nor deny” settlements… (Orrick) Love means never having… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Investigative Crises, Drug Names, Paper Shredders, Washing Machines

Happiness is a warm JD Supra Corporate Brief: “Knock, knock.” “Who’s there?” “The federal government, with a search warrant – do you know what to do?” (DLA Piper) Maybe it would be easier if we only used the first 23 letters of the alphabet to name our products… (Foley Hoag) Federal contractors take note: if… Read more »