Topic: NLRB

JD Supra Corporate Brief: HSR Compliance, WTO Disputes, NLRB Appointees, FERC Fines

This Friday? Iced coffee to go with your JD Supra Corporate Brief. And no need to heat up that scone… Awesome video: assignment in a merger / change of control, by Richard Hsu (Shearman & Sterling) Those Hart-Scott-Rodino reporting requirements? Turns out the feds are serious about compliance… (Morrison & Foerster) Less than one year… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Recess Appointments, Chinese Auditors, Meaningful Use, Utility Patents

Don’t forget: the JD Supra Corporate Brief is the most important meal of the day (and we won’t say a word if you come back for seconds)! Does this new court of appeals ruling put another nail in the recess-appointed NLRB’s coffin? (KMTG) China just agreed to allow US investigators greater access to work papers… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: IRS Guidance, Shareholder Requests, Recess Appointments, Bank Secrecy

The bad news: It’s Monday. The good news: The JD Supra Corporate Brief is here. The legal news: below… The Supreme Court likes arbitration. A lot (Pepper Hamilton) This overview of new IRS guidance on “minimum value, affordability, and wellness programs” under Obamacare is a must-read for all employers (Mintz Levin) How to respond to… 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 »

[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 »

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

Welcome to our latest Corporate Law Report. You know what to do: Watch the video overview above and, for any topics that interest you, go deeper with the legal analysis and commentary below>> 1. Need-to-know – in the workplace: Employers Should Use Revised FCRA Disclosure for Employees and Job Applicants – Sutherland Asbill & Brennan… Read more »

[Video] Corporate Law Report: News to Use Now

Welcome to the latest edition of JD Supra’s Corporate Law Report, which includes: executive speed dating of the “need to know” variety; good reasons to conduct a trademark audit now; a look at top FCPA enforcement in 2012 and what they mean for your compliance plans; a clarification of the Economic Espionage Act; and more.… Read more »

NLRB Approves At-Will Employment Policies: 5 Takeaways for Employers

What’s wrong with the following employment at-will policies? 1. “No manager, supervisor, or employee of [the Company] has any authority to enter into an agreement for employment for any specified period of time or to make an agreement for employment other than at-will. Only the president of the Company has the authority to make any… Read more »

As Seen on Twitter: Eminent Domain, ACA Compliance, Cyber Attacks, NLRB, and Other Trending @LegalNews…

For your interest, here’s a quick look at a handful of updates and advisories with broad corporate focus trending this afternoon on JD Supra. As seen in the Twitter stream – what’s hot and who’s sharing it:   U.S. Dept of Labor auditing healthcare plans for ACA compliance | Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP –… Read more »

Employment Law Roundup: NLRB Union Election Rules, Social Media, Exempt Employees, and More…

For your reference, a roundup of recent updates and news from Employment lawyers and law firms on JD Supra: On NLRB Changes to Union Election Rules… NLRB Votes in Favor of Major Changes to NLRA Election Procedures and House Passes “Workforce Democracy” Bill (Morgan Lewis)  “By a 2–1 vote, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB… Read more »