1. JD Supra Morning Brief: Online Gambling, Employee Firearms, HIPAA Breaches, Pledge of Allegiance

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    Want to gamble online? Plan a trip to Jersey… (Ifrah Law)  

    Employees who want “pack heat” on their commute could soon be doing it in more states (Bradley Arant Boult Cummings

    Is crowdfunding legal now? (Looper Reed

    Time to come clean: HIPAA covered entities have just three more days to report small breaches of protected health information that occurred during 2012 (Davis Wright Tremaine

    Working from home is rarely a “reasonable accommodation” under the ADA (Marissa Mayer probably knew this last week) (Morrison & Foerster

    What to expect from the “Lean Mean Civil Rights Machine” over the next three years (Ogletree Deakins

    $1.7 million profit on a $90,000 purchase of Heinz call options one day before the company is sold to Berkshire Hathaway and 3G Capital? Now why would the SEC and the FBI be interested in that? (Orrick

    Water, water everywhere, nor any drop to drink… But Florida developers are finding alternatives (Bilzin Sumberg

    Colorado students turn tradition and freedom of speech into controversy by delivering the Pledge of Allegiance in Arabic (Cullen & Dykman

    No dice, ICE: Department of Justice says Immigration and Customs Enforcement can’t force employers to admit liability for I-9 violations after a settlement has been negotiated (Foley & Lardner

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