1. JD Supra Morning Brief: Human Trafficking, Fiscal Cliff, Legal Texts, Online Habits

    Is it me, or did the weekend fly by for everyone? Thank goodness Monday morning comes with a brand new JD Supra Morning Brief: 

    Worried we’ll fall off the fiscal cliff? It might be less likely than you think (Polsinelli Shughart

    Good to know: sending a text to confirm that a consumer has opted out of receiving future text messages is not a violation of the law (Davis Wright Tremaine

    Rounding employee hours may not be illegal under federal labor laws, but it doesn’t mean the wage-hour lawsuits are over (Fisher & Phillips

    Companies that fail to address consumer and watchdog group concerns over human trafficking face both legal and reputation risks (Foley Hoag

    US-Mexico cross-border trade is about $1.3 million per day (Manatt, Phelps & Phillips

    General Mills is fighting back against claims that its Nature Valley products are not 100% natural (Morrison & Foerster

    As of January 1, 2013, employers need to start using the new Fair Credit Reporting Act forms when conducting background checks on current or potential employees (Nexsen Pruet

    Holiday sales meeting your expectations this season? Don’t let a data breach ruin them (Perkins Coie

    Want a sneak preview of the top business challenges in 2013? Read this (Levick

    My how time flies when you’re online… (MoFo Tech