1. JD Supra Morning Brief: Thrilling “Harbowl” Upset, Smartphone Healthcare Apps, Shortchanged Fracking Workers, Campaign Finance Reform

    Well, the news today is better: it is indeed Friday! What’s more, it’s Friday with a side of JD Supra Morning Brief:

    It’s what managing cyber risks, BYOD, Iran sanctions, and NLRB recess appointments all have in common… (Corporate Law Report

    The JOBS Act: What We Learned in the First Nine Months (Skadden

    Strong offense is the best defense? The NFL ended this fan’s play for a “Harbowl” trademark (Ifrah Law

    Smartphone apps have an important – and growing – role in the delivery of healthcare services. So who’s going to pay for them? (Fenwick & West

    Waiting for a compelling reason to train your managers about the FMLA? Will these 1.2 million reasons convince you? (Franczek Radelet

    Lawmakers are just getting started with immigration reform (XpertHR

    What happens if Richard Cordray’s appointment as head of the CFPB is declared invalid? (Is That Legal?

    Want to know where Corporate America stands on cybersecurity? Read this (BakerHostetler

    Fracking operators beware – the Department of Labor has your (wage and hour) number (Spilman Thomas & Battle

    According to a 2012 Associated Press poll, 83% of Americans believe there should be some limits on political spending by corporations and labor unions. So legislators are knocking themselves out to get campaign finance reform law passed, right? (King & Spalding

    Give it a rest, Christian: they’re beautiful shoes, but you’ve got to stop fighting with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office… (K&L Gates

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