1. JD Supra Morning Brief: Siemens Whistleblower, Jersey Sports Betting, Goldman “Pay-to-Play” Scheme, Super Bowl Trademark II

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    After Canning, what’s next for the National Labor Relations Board? (Small Business Support

    A new Siemens whistleblower complaint accuses “senior executives, compliance officers, and legal officers” of ignoring anti-corruption controls (Sheppard Mullin

    We hear they’re hiring at the CFPB – but you might want to wait before you say yes… (Ballard Spahr

    Goldman Sachs will pay the SEC $12 million to settle charges that an employee engaged in a “pay to play” scheme, providing assistance to a former Massachusetts state treasurer while the company sought work from the state’s Treasurer’s office (King & Spalding

    The Department of Justice doesn’t want New Jersey to implement its sports betting law (Ifrah Law

    “Do not contact the media” and other workplace policy language that violates the National Labor Relations Act (FordHarrison

    Can you say “Super Bowl” on the Internet? Probably. Here’s a great post that explains why (Greenberg Glusker

    The Obama Administration plans to negotiate a new international services trade agreement with 20 other countries. And that’s good news for everyone (Skadden

    Think your mobile app follows federal privacy rules? So did Path - $800,000 ago… (BakerHostetler

    It’s estimated that 63% of the workforce will telecommute by 2016. That’s a lot of potential legal pitfalls for employers… (Fisher & Phillips

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