1. JD Supra Morning Brief: Year-end Tax Planning, Criminal Antitrust Fines, Social Media in the C-Suite, Good Advice from Bad Santa

    Made your dinner plans for New Year’s Eve yet? Our recommendation: smoked salmon, sparkling wine, and the JD Supra Morning Brief.

    Q: when is 30 hours a week full time? A: when the Affordable Care Act is counting (McNees Wallace & Nurick

    What’s all the uproar about arbitration, anyway? (BakerHostetler

    Corporate executives can get into a lot of hot water on social media. Here’s how to state cool (Social Media Today

    How’s your year-end tax planning coming? ‘Cause you only have, like, two weeks… (JD Supra contributors

    Will big data help us avert the next mortgage loan crisis? (Foley & Lardner

    It’s been a good year at the DOJ’s criminal Antitrust Division (and by good year we mean record fines and prison sentences) (Pepper Hamilton

    Bad Santa gives good advice – if you do the opposite of what he says, that is… (Constangy, Brooks & Smith

    UBS just agreed to a $1.5 billion fine for manipulating the LIBOR rate. But that’s not even the biggest bank fraud settlement of the week (Shipkevich PLLC

    Can Congress ban paid political ads from public television? We’ll know soon enough (Jackson Walker

    “Stevia in the Raw” is composed of approximately 5% stevia and 95% bulking agent (Foley Hoag

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