FCPA Guidance Round-Up

Dec 27, 2012 By: Mary Grams

Since last month, practitioners who worry about what went bribe in the night have been digesting the FCPA Guidance issued jointly by

Netflix social media posts draw SEC Wells notice

Dec 11, 2012 By: Mary Grams

Netflix social media posts draw SEC Wells notice Social media users are coming to grips with the scrutiny that social media posts

DOJ goes after tech giants’ recruiting practices, alleging anti-trust violation

Nov 21, 2012 By: Mary Grams

Last week, the Wall Street Journal reported that the Department of Justice has sued eBay alleging that the tech giant violated the

Businesses and Employees Struggle in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy

Nov 7, 2012 By: Mary Grams

Over a week after Hurricane Sandy struck the eastern seaboard, residents of New Jersey, New York, Virginia, Connecticut, and other areas along

FINRA Fines: Another consequence after employee misconduct in a regulated industry

Oct 25, 2012 By: Mary Grams

Those in the corporate legal department may stay awake at night worrying about the potential that employee actions could put the business

It’s all about the dollars: Focus on public companies’ compensation committees

Oct 10, 2012 By: Mary Grams

In late September, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and Nasdaq filed proposed listing standards with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

Employees see new 401(k) fee notices required by DOL regulation — Part 2

Sep 26, 2012 By: Mary Grams

In the last post: the Department of Labor issued a final regulation requiring 401(k) plan administrators to provide fee disclosure information to

Employees see new 401(k) fee notices required by DOL regulation — Part 1

Sep 12, 2012 By: Mary Grams

Many workers who participate in their employer’s 401(k) savings plan recently received new disclosures from their plan administrators in the mail, as required by a new Department of Labor regulation.

EEOC settles with Wal-Mart over firing of worker with a disability covered by ADA

Aug 29, 2012 By: Mary Grams

Wal-Mart paid up to settle a claim after the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleged the big-box retailer had violated the Americans with

Blurred lines: Current landscape of GPS tracking in the workplace and outside it — Part Two

Aug 3, 2012 By: Mary Grams

As tablets and smartphones provide greater connection for employees in the workplace, employers also have vastly improved ability to track employees and ensure they are working.

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