1. JD Supra Weekend Reader: Sexual Harassment & the Holiday Party, Facebook & the First Amendment, Food Safety & Peanut Butter, More

    What does a week’s worth of key legal news and analysis look like? The JD Supra Weekend Reader:

    Obamacare Deadlines, $13M for Exotic Dancer Misclassification, 2013 Medicare Taxes, and More – what you need to know, in the new JD Supra Corporate Law Report (Corporate Law Report

    Building a better airline, not just a bigger one? Make sure you include an online privacy policy (yes, Delta, the California Attorney General is talking about you) (Ifrah Law) (Sheppard Mullin)

    Throwing a holiday party for the office? Better make nobody adds sexual harassment to the invitation list (Armstrong Teasdale) (See also: 3 Cheers for Holiday Parties! 5 Rules for Limiting Employer Liability!)

    “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

    Social media at the cutting edge of law: can a public entity delete comments on its FB page without violating the constitutional right to free speech? (Franczek Radelet

    On time: the EEOC delivered a religious discrimination lawsuit to UPS. (EEOC

    The cost of recycling electronics continues to climb (Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis

    The FDA has suspended its first food facility under the Food Safety Modernization Act (don’t read this if you had peanut butter for breakfast) (Duane Morris

    Facebook has been accused of monopolizing the virtual currency market for online games (Pillsbury

    Think you know labor and employment law? Okay, then, test yourself. You may win a prize… (Nexsen Pruet

    Cleaning HIPAA-protected health data can give it a new life (Corporate Law Report

    Federal regulators are cleaning up with the False Claims Act (in more ways than one) (Corporate Compliance Report

    BP hit hard with fines and sanctions over Deepwater Horizon disaster (Warner Norcross & Judd