Popular Reads on JD Supra


For your reference, here's a quick look at some of the most well-read updates on JD Supra during last month. A lot of interesting items grabbed your attention in May, 2014, from the latest NLRB rulings to the conflict minerals rule, from legalized marijuana in Colorado to the latest on Cybersecurity, from the Heartbleed bug to the EU's 'Right to be Forgotten.'

Here's the recap - good work by smart folks:

  1. Energy Future Holdings Files For Bankruptcy; Second Lienholders Oppose Deal - by Jeffrey Snyder at Bilzin Sumberg
  2. FDIC Panel Considers Mobile Financial Services For Underbanked - by Charles Washburn, Jr. at Manatt
  3. NLRB to Employers: You Can’t Prohibit Negativity and Gossip - by WeComply
  4. The Role Of Rule 26(g) In E-Discovery - by Rebecca Shwayri at Carlton Fields Jorden Burt
  5. The Heartbleed Lesson for All Companies? Manage the Risk... - by Steven Wiesman for JD Supra Perspectives
  6. NLRB Gets #SocialMedia: Board and ALJ Rulings Recap - by Ronald Meisburg at Proskauer Labor Relations
  7. Getting To The Real Issue On The Senate Subcommittee's Advertising Report - by Steven B. Roosa at Holland & Knight
  8. What's the One Thing Every Company's Telecommuting Policy Must Include? - JD Supra Perspectives
  9. Can An Employee Accept A Severance Payment And Still File A Discrimination Claim? - by David Barron at Cozen O'Connor
  10. SEC Conflict Minerals Disclosure Requirements Ruled Unconstitutional - by Skadden
  11. Estate Planning and Tax Issues for Bitcoin and Other Virtual Currencies - by Jim Lamm at Gray Plant Mooty
  12. The Single Most Important Professional Question You'll Ever Answer - by Josh Beser for JD Supra Perspectives
  13. First Glance: Legal Implications of the Heartbleed OpenSSL Bug? - by Cynthia LaRose for JD Supra Perspectives
  14. European Court of Justice rules right to be forgotten principle applicable to search engines - by Alasdair Muller at DLA Piper
  15. Criminal Conviction Upheld for Modifying Videogame Console - Elisabeth Malis Morgan at McDermott Will & Emery
  16. Europe Under Review: Part 5 Of 8 – Data Security - by Rebecca Andersen at Dentons
  17. It’s Catching: Is the Spread of Paid Sick Leave Laws Making Employers Ill? - by Jonathan Israel at Foley & Lardner
  18. Colorado High Court to Rule on Rocky Mountain High - by Michael Groebe at Foley & Lardner
  19. Coming This Spring to an Insurance Policy Near You: Cybersecurity Data Breach Exclusions - by Roberta Anderson at K&L Gates
  20. Federal Circuit Reverses District Court on Claim Construction in Patent Suit Involving Google's Street View - by Arvind Jairam, Patrick McPherson, and Rodney Sweetland III at Duane Morris
  21. Regulation Of Bitcoin Around The World - by Kenda Shaheen Dentons
  22. [Video] New Program Helps Women Lawyers Return to BigLaw - by Lee Pacchia and Mimesis Law
  23. UK Gives Search Engines Time to Comply With 'Right to Be Forgotten' - by Robert Stankey at Davis Wright Tremaine
  24. The Greatest Blog Post About Deceptive Advertising Ever Written* - by Travis Crabtree at Gray Reed & McGraw
  25. [Podcast] Thomson Reuters Session 2: Investment Management, Hedge Funds and Registered Mutual Funds: What's Happening Now? - by Pepper Hamilton


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