The Corporate Law Report: First-to-File Patents, Hiring for Cultural Fit, Roth Conversions Post-Fiscal Cliff, and Global Corporate Insights

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Watch our latest Corporate Law Report for:

- a speed round of need-to-know employment law advisories covering workplace secret recordings, the EEOC's strategic enforcement plan, the NLRB in Obama's second term, and more;

- a look at changes to defined contribution plans, and how Roth conversions work post-Fiscal Cliff;

- the impending March 16 change from a 'First to Invent' to 'First to File' See more +

Watch our latest Corporate Law Report for:

- a speed round of need-to-know employment law advisories covering workplace secret recordings, the EEOC's strategic enforcement plan, the NLRB in Obama's second term, and more;

- a look at changes to defined contribution plans, and how Roth conversions work post-Fiscal Cliff;

- the impending March 16 change from a 'First to Invent' to 'First to File' patent system;

- Skadden's global Insights for 2013; and

- the dangers of emphasizing cultural fit over qualifications in hiring...

As always, you can read the updates that informed this week's video report on JD Supra and at corporatelaw.jdsupra.com. See less -

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Topics:  America Invents Act, American Taxpayer Relief Act, Cultural Fit, Defined Contribution Plans, Discrimination, EEOC, First-to-File, First-to-Invent, Fiscal Cliff, Hiring & Firing, NLRB, Patent Reform, Patents, Roth Conversions, Strategic Enforcement Plan

Published In: Business Organization Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, International Trade Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Tax Updates

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