1. JD Supra Morning Brief: Human Trafficking, A Healthy Workforce, Social Media in the Classroom, Kevlar, More

    Happy Tuesday, and welcome to the JD Supra Morning Brief, where it’s always 80° and sunny:

    Waiting for the Web 2.0 version of Lexis and Westlaw? It might already be here (Bloomberg Law

    The key lesson from BP’s guilty plea to 14 criminal counts and record $4 billion fine in connection with the Deepwater Horizon disaster? Don’t lie to Congress (Skadden Arps

    Want a healthier workforce? A wellness program might be just what you need (Lewis and Roca

    President Obama’s been reelected. That means new leadership at the antitrust agencies (but don’t worry – it probably won’t change a thing) (Morgan Lewis

    The National Mortgage Settlement Monitor wants servicemembers with mortgage servicing complaints to report them (BuckleySandler

    Should teachers be allowed to use social media in the classroom? (Franczek Radelet

    Kevlar trade secret theft lawsuit has South Korea’s Kolon Industries looking for protection (Burr & Forman

    New Jersey has joined California, Illinois, and Maryland in prohibiting employers from accessing employee social media accounts (XpertHR

    The legalization of online gambling isn’t moving as quickly as many hoped, but social gaming has stepped into the breach (Pillsbury

    China has issued draft rules governing research, preservation, and other activities involving human genetic material (Foley & Lardner

    The Texas legislature is debating a bill that would allow human trafficking victims to sue websites that allow advertisements promoting the compelled sex trade (Looper Reed & McGraw

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