Popular Reads on JD Supra - Crowdfunding, Safe Harbors, Social Media, Privacy, Employment Law, More...

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Yes, yes, 'tis the season for making lists and here's one of our favorite: a monthly recap of good work by smart folks well-read on JD Supra last month. In case you missed them the first time around:

  1. The Death of the Individual Independent Contractor: A Growing Trend Points to an Uncertain Future - by Kraig Marton at Jaburg Wilk
  2. Corporate Investigations & White Collar Defense - October 2015 - by attorneys at Manatt
  3. A Compilation of Enforcement and Non-Enforcement Actions - by Peter D. Fetzer, Stuart Fross, and Terry D. Nelson at Foley & Lardner
  4. Employment Flash - October 2015 - by attorneys at Skadden
  5. What We Know About BitCoin, and What Is Still Unknown - by Christopher Wiech at LeClairRyan
  6. Social Media Compliance Policies: Your Company Needs One - by Kacie McRee at Baker Donelson
  7. Establishing the Boundaries of the OCILLA Safe Harbor - by Kimberly Buffington and Carolyn Toto at Pillsbury
  8. SEC Finally Adopts Federal Crowdfunding Rules: All That Glitters May Not Be Gold - by Andrew Spacone at Adler Pollock & Sheehan
  9. Privacy & Cybersecurity Update - October 2015 - by attorneys at Skadden
  10. SEC Proposes Rule Changes to Pave the Way for Intrastate and Regional Offerings - by David M. Lynn at Morrison & Foerster
  11. Discipline Based on Social Media Activity – An Update - by Kate Bischoff at Zelle Hofmann
  12. Uber Class Action Case Hits Roadblock - by Linn Freedman at Robinson+Cole
  13. HIPAA and Text Messaging - by Melissa Thompson at LeClairRyan
  14. Intellectual Property and Technology News (Asia Pacific) - November 2015 - by Ann Ford and Melinda Upton at DLA Piper
  15. European Court of Justice Invalidates Safe Harbor - by attorneys at Traub Lieberman
  16. Budget Legislation Repeals Affordable Care Act’s Automatic Enrollment Requirement for Large Employers - by Marsena Farris, Christina Holder, and Pamela Landman at Cadwalader
  17. CFTC Approves NFA Interpretive Notice on Information Systems Security Programs, Including Cybersecurity Guidance - by Catherine Anderson and Kate Leonard at Foley Hoag
  18. Illinois finds itself at forefront of facial-recognition litigation - Nerissa Coyle McGinn at Loeb & Loeb LLP
  19. FTC, CFPB, and States Collaborate to Clamp Down on Illegal Debt Collection - by Kimberly Chow at Reed Smith
  20. Recent Government Cyber Alert and Draft Guide for Financial Institutions: Lessons for All Organizations - by William "Bill" O'Connor and Will Routt at Baker Donelson
  21. Fifth Circuit (Again) Reverses NLRB and Finds Class Action Waivers in Arbitration Agreements Do Not Violate the NLRA - by Brent Douglas at Mintz Levin
  22. Employment Law Update - November 2015 - by attorneys at Trenam
  23. Privacy Tip #7 – Who is listening to your conversations through your smartphone microphone? - by Linn Freedman at Robinson+Cole
  24. Business Litigation Alert: "Court Ruling Allows Whistleblower to Sue Board Members" - by Jeffrey Elkin at Porter Hedges
  25. NFA Adopts Cybersecurity Guidance - by Timothy Blank and Philip Hinkle at Dechert


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