1. JD Supra Morning Brief: Data Security, Hotel Pricing, Sexual Harassment, Shrimp Peelers

    TGIF! Kick off your weekend in style, with the JD Supra Morning Brief: 

    Every organization – large, small, or in the middle – needs to monitor three vulnerabilities in data security (Fenwick & West

    Throwing a holiday party for the office? Better make nobody adds sexual harassment to the invitation list (Armstrong Teasdale

    Looks like Mexico and Denmark are off the list as places to stash your cash (Akerman Senterfitt

    OK, I’ll say it one more time: if you’re going to post dumb stuff about your job on Facebook, don’t expect it to stay private (XpertHR

    The FTC is pushing hard for greater transparency in hotel pricing. And they’re not likely to stop there (Pillsbury

    A lawsuit over President Obama’s recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board could have an impact on Richard Cordray’s role as Director of the CFPB (Ballard Spahr

    The digitization of medical data is revolutionizing the health care industry. Is it also ushering in a new era of fraud? (Morvillo Abramowitz

    “Pigs get fat and hogs get slaughtered.” What does that have to do with shrimp peelers, intellectual property rights, and antitrust law? Everything (Lane Powell

    Is your business house in order? Hint: it starts with your contracts (Burr & Forman

    Make sure your 2012 charitable giving follows the rules (Davis Brown

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