Popular Reads on JD Supra


August! Here already! Time flies when you're publishing amazing content - and, in case you missed these the first time around, here's a recap of some of the most popular reads on JD Supra for last month. Interesting work, smart folks:

  1. Report Recommends Update of USEPA UIC Program Citing Hydraulic Fracturing Concerns - by Michael Mills and Shannon Morrissey at Stoel Rives
  2. Boards of Directors Charged with Cybersecurity Risk Management by SEC Commissioner - by Michelle Reed at Akin Gump
  3. California Employment Law Notes - July 2014 - by Proskauer Rose
  4. Industry Group Sues Compton for Moratorium on Hydraulic Fracturing - by Michael Mills and Shannon Morrissey at Stoel Rives
  5. Are Internet TV Providers Cable Companies Now? - by Scott Atkinson at Carr McClellan
  6. CFPB Proposes Publishing Detailed Consumer Complaints - by Elizabeth Bohn at Carlton Fields Jorden Burt
  7. Reviewing Courts' Approaches to State or Local Control of Hydraulic Fracturing - by Luke Cantrell at Baker Donelson
  8. In-House Counsel: 5 Simple Ways to Make Your Client Happy - by Rebecca Signer Roche for JD Supra Perspectives
  9. Telemedicine and Mobile Health Innovations Amid Increasing Regulatory Oversight - by Jee-Young Kim and Sharon Klein at Pepper Hamilton
  10. Florida Federal District Court Dismisses Miami’s Fair Housing Act Cases - by BuckleySandler LLP
  11. Wrap-Up of Federal and State Chemical Regulatory Developments, July 2014 - by Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.
  12. Tax Reform Act of 2014: Potential Impact on Tax-Exempt Organizations - by Thompson & Knight LLP
  13. Director of SEC’s Division of Investment Management Provides Insights into Agency’s View of Alternative Mutual Funds and Focus of Upcoming Sweep Exam - by William Carr and Mary Hansen at Drinker Biddle & Reath
  14. President Announces Public-Private Partnership Initiative for Infrastructure Development - by John Freshman and Seth Merewitz at Best Best & Krieger
  15. The Role Of Rule 26(g) In E-Discovery - by Rebecca Shwayri at Carlton Fields Jorden Burt
  16. The Supreme Court’s Decision in Harris v. Quinn May Change the Landscape of Labor Unions in America - by Thomas Wassel at Cullen and Dykman
  17. EEOC Issues New Enforcement Guidance on Pregnancy Discrimination - by Laura Windsor at Williams Mullen
  18. Disputing Debts under the FDCPA – The Effect of the Fourth Circuit’s Opinion in Clark v. Absolute Collection Service, Inc. - by R. Scott Adams at Spilman Thomas & Battle
  19. Are Employers Liable for Intentionally Harmful Acts by Their Employees? - by Michael Davis at Boone & Davis
  20. Anti-counterfeiting: protecting your brand – why it is important and how to do it - by Kirsty O'Connor at Reed Smith
  21. Suntrust Reaches $320 Million Settlement - by Amy Podolsky and Robert Siegel at Bilzin Sumberg
  22. New York DFS Unveils Shared Appreciation Mortgage Rule - by Justin Angelo at Ballard Spahr
  23. 5 Ways to Follow Up Effectively (With Real-World Examples) - by Josh Beser at JD Supra Perspectives
  24. U.S. Supreme Court Changes Fiduciary Rules for Retirement Plans with Employer Stock - by Wilson Sonsini
  25. White Collar Watch - July 2014 - by Saul Ewing


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