1. JD Supra Morning Brief: Working Interviews, Coercive Surveillance, Stealing Secrets, European Cybersecurity

    The best remedy for the winter blahs? Why, it’s the JD Supra Morning Brief, of course:

    University of Missouri School of Law professor Ben Trachtenberg considers “almost every day” filing legal ethics complaints against law schools for lying about student achievements (Bloomberg Law

    Employers who think they can evaluate potential employees via an unpaid “working interview” are kidding themselves (Looper Reed

    2013 is going to be a very busy year at the SEC. Are you ready? (Perkins Coie

    Standing in the parking lot to watch your employees go into their union meeting? That’s illegal “coercive surveillance”… (Barger & Wolen

    Engineers convicted of stealing Goodyear trade secrets face ten years in prison (Burr & Forman

    The proposed European Cybersecurity Directive is likely to pose significant compliance and regulatory hurdles for companies operating in the region (King & Spalding

    New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has vetoed a bill that would prohibit businesses from discriminating against the unemployed. But that may not be the end of the measure (XpertHR

    Woof woof woof. Woof. Woof woof. (Translation: I told you I smelled drugs. Really. And the Supreme Court agreed) (Varnum

    Should the FDA regulate laboratory-developed diagnostic tests? (Spoiler alert: the agency thinks yes) (Foley & Lardner

    Federal cybersecurity regulations are beginning to take shape, but companies shouldn’t wait to act (Michael Volkov

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