Topic: NLRA

JD Supra Corporate Brief: SEC Enforcement, eDiscovery Trends, Leadership Traits, Big Data

On this day in 1942, Henry Ford patents a plastic automobile. The SEC has promised to get tough on enforcement. This is what it might look like… (Thomas Gorman at Dorsey & Whitney) Nothing happens independently. Everything is tied to something before it… (Josh Beser at JD Supra Perspectives) 5 eDiscovery Trends to Watch in… Read more »

After D.R. Horton v NLRB Ruling Employers Free to Use Class Action Waivers in Arbitration Agreements

“This is an enormous victory for employers because a class action waiver can defeat a class or collective action at the outset.” (Ron Chapman, JD Supra Perspectives) Earlier this month, an appeals court rejected a National Labor Relation Board (NLRB) ruling that employee class action waivers violate federal labor laws. Ron Chapman – the lawyer… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Horton Victory, Tax Loopholes, Front Pay, Bird Deaths

  On this day in 1945, the US Senate votes to approve the country’s participation in the newly-formed United Nations. Horton heard a huge victory over the NLRB yesterday. Here’s Q&A with D.R. Horton’s lead lawyer on what the ruling means for all companies… (Ron Chapman, JD Supra Perspectives) Lawmakers want to close loopholes that… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: EU Trade Secrets, Social Media Firings, Common Whistleblower Complaints, Chief Compliance Officers

For the record, Tuesday is in fact Newsday here at JD Supra… Enjoy! The EU just took a significant step closer to uniform protection of trade secrets… (Orrick) Turns out that sometimes it’s OK to fire employees based on their social media activity… (Stephen Asay at Pillsbury) Good news for proponents of California’s cap-and-trade auction…… Read more »

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(…that’s the sound of your company’s goodwill disappearing, like a punctured tire, after a social media disaster that took mere seconds to unfold.) You’d think companies would know better, right? That they’d develop procedures for approving tweets sent out by third-party vendors under their name, right? That they wouldn’t be so foolish as to allow… 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 »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Data Protection, Money Laundering, Undocumented Workers, Ponzi Schemes

A little perspective: on September 3, 1929, the Dow Jones industrial average closed at 381.17, its highest point before Black Tuesday… Will the EU’s data protection regulation ever see the light of day? (Wilson Sonsini) “OK, OK – we’ll give back the $47 million if you promise not to prosecute us for money laundering…” (Fuerst… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Proxy Litigation, Data Collection, Confidentiality Clause, Mobile Payments

On this day in 1701, the trading post at Fort Pontchartrain du Détroit was founded. Nearly 312 years later to the day, the city it became – Detroit, Michigan – filed the country’s largest municipal bankruptcy… What’s new in say-on-pay trends and proxy litigation? Quite a bit, actually… (Skadden) Protect your company’s information from a… Read more »

Employers: 1, NLRB: 0 – Controversial “Poster Rule” Struck Down

Earlier this week, a federal appeals court ruled that the National Labor Relations Board’s “notice poster rule” – which would have required essentially all private sector employers to post a notice informing employees of various rights provided by the National Labor Relations Act – was invalid. The rule has been controversial since it was announced… Read more »