1. JD Supra Morning Brief: High School Fantasy Slut League? Police-File Confetti? Déjà Vu All Over Again for Health Care Reform?

    Still shaking off the effects of a four-day tryptophan feast? We’ve got the perfect cure – the JD Supra Morning Brief: 

    Featured Video: In honor of Movember, Bloomberg Law takes a look at some of the finest mustaches the legal profession has ever known (Bloomberg Law

    Note to self: make sure sensitive police files are shredded, not turned into confetti for the Macy’s Day Parade (BakerHostetler

    Everything you ever wanted to know about employee benefits administration and leaves of absence. Really. (Littler

    Whether it’s an early form of rape or merely a gossip page, Piedmont High School’s “fantasy slut league” sends an important warning to parents and administrators alike (Cullen and Dykman

    Shopping for a student loan will be a lot easier in a few years (Ballard Spahr

    Health care reform is here to stay. Are you ready? (Small Business Support

    Hold on, maybe we spoke too soon – another lawsuit over the constitutionality of Obamacare is winding its way through the courts (Barger & Wolen

    Is “texasworkerscomplaw.com” one of the seven words you can’t say on the internet? The Texas Department of Insurance wants you to think so (Ifrah Law

    Smoke may get into your eyes (and nose and mouth), but it’s not likely to get into the Washington workplace (Perkins Coie

    Pay it forward: how corporations can help reduce the 2013 tax burden of their highly compensated employees (Skadden Arps

    Kick off this year’s awards season with Crunched Credit’s third annual Golden Turkey awards (Dechert

    California’s Governor just signed into law two new weapons to use in the fight against religious discrimination (Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard

    Need time off to care for your mother on a week-long recreational trip to Las Vegas? The FMLA’s got your back (Franczek Radelet

    Time to pay the piper: court rules adult clubs must classify exotic dancers as employees, not contractors (BakerHostetler