DOJ Promises to Crack Down on White-Collar Crime. Will Anything Really Change?
The Department of Justice recently outlined a new, tougher policy toward prosecuting white-collar criminals.Read more about "DOJ Promises to Crack Down on White-Collar Crime. Will Anything Really Change?"
Facebook: New Name, New Rules
Not only does Facebook have a new name, but the company can also take credit for helping establish a new test for demand futility for derivative lawsuits under Delaware law. The new test, adopted by the Supreme Court of Delaware in United Food and Commercial Workers…Read more about "Facebook: New Name, New Rules"
FTC Says Amazon Must Pay Out $61.7 Million In Stolen Flex Driver Tips
"Oh, so that's how tips work." The Federal Trade Commission has ordered Amazon to pay out $61.7 million to the company's Flex drivers, following an investigation that discovered the company was keeping nearly one-third of driver tips. Amazon Caught Using Driver Tips to Cover Base Pay This isn't the first time gig drivers have made this complaint, either.Read more about "FTC Says Amazon Must Pay Out $61.7 Million In Stolen Flex Driver Tips"
Remote Work Is Probably Here to Stay. So, How's It Going?
With remote workforces unlikely to return en masse any time soon, it is worth revisiting how corporate counsel are handling this novel work environment. It appears to be going well. Well enough, at least, that many companies are considering shifting permanently to more flexible work arrangements. The Association of Corporate Counsel has been polling members regarding remote work experiences. In June, almost 90% of respondents indicated they are currently working from home.Read more about "Remote Work Is Probably Here to Stay. So, How's It Going?"
Will Employers Soon Be Able to Offer Big Financial Incentives for Wellness Programs?
As work wellness programs have grown in popularity in recent years, there have been significant pushes by businesses large and small to encourage participation among employees. Wellness programs can involve weight loss and physical activity, behavioral treatment, smoking cessation, and medical examinations. In theory, this improves the health and productivity of workers and can help to lower costs for a business.Read more about "Will Employers Soon Be Able to Offer Big Financial Incentives for Wellness Programs?"
Corporations Argue for Change to Federal Expert Testimony Rule
According to the general counsel of 50 of the nation's top corporations, federal courts are not sufficiently exercising their gatekeeping power under federal evidentiary rules to ensure that expert testimony “is the product of reliable principles and methods.Read more about "Corporations Argue for Change to Federal Expert Testimony Rule"
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