1. JD Supra Morning Brief: Hostess (Again!), Ponzi Schemes, Financial Fraud, Deceptive Ads

    Black Friday? Small Business Saturday? Cyber Monday? How about JD Supra Morning (Brief)?

    Did management and union leaders just decide it was time for Hostess to go? (Bloomberg Law

    Harassment training for your employees isn’t a luxury you can put off until the economy improves (Constangy, Brooks & Smith

    The primary objective of Ponzi scheme operators: never pay back anyone (John Hanson

    Everything’s bigger in Texas. But if you’re the CEO and CFO of a company alleged to have committed financial fraud, the “bigger” just might refer to your personal liability (Orrick

    No, our new employee didn’t steal trade secrets when he downloaded 700 documents on his last day with your company. Because we’re not direct competitors, that’s why (XpertHR

    Skilled nursing facilities received $1.5 billion in improper Medicare payments in 2009, say the feds (King & Spalding

    Forget the 12 days of Christmas… Sing me instead the one about the 12 immigration mistakes employers make (Fisher & Phillips

    The CFPB and the FTC reviewed 800 ads before launching a new crackdown on deceptive mortgage advertisements (Ifrah Law

    You’re probably not going to be able to buy moonshine on the internet any time soon (Greenberg Glusker

    Online Song? No Song: California’s Song-Beverly Act shouldn’t apply to online merchants, says Apple (Mintz Levin

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