It feels more like Monday than Friday here, so without further ado, your roundup!
- Are your social media policies unlawful? The NLRB’s latest ruling from McDonald Hopkins: McDonald Hopkins keeps their finger on the pulse of this issue, discussing the NLRB’s latest ruling that a social media policy from DirecTV was unlawful.
- Conflict Minerals? What you don’t know can hurt you from McDonald Hopkins: The SEC recently released their final rule about reporting with regards to conflict minerals – McDonald Hopkins discusses what conflict minerals are, why reporting is required, and what needs to be disclosed.
- OLYMPIANS’ RIGHT OF PUBLICITY CLAIMS OVER A FACEBOOK APP TRUMPED BY FIRST AMENDMENT from Davis & Gilbert: D&G looks at this recent case where Samsung’s first amendment rights were protected in a California court.
- Match-fixing and doping scandals – the potential fallout from Fladgate: Fladgate discusses the potential fallout from Europol’s extensive match-fixing investigation, as well as the Australian Crime Commission’s investigation into doping.
- PPSA: Please sir, can I have some more…time from Gadens: Although the courts granted a second application for an extension under the PPSA, Gadens wonders whether this leniency might be at an end.
- Ninth Circuit Rules That Employees Need Not “Request” A Seat Under California’s Obscure “Suitable Seating” Law from Epstein Becker & Green: EBG looks at the latest in California’s obscure “suitable seating” law.