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Cybersecurity, new TCPA rules, the housing market, board challenges, employee handbook must-haves, trademark tips for entrepreneurs, the Affordable Care Act, superheroes hacking Twitter accounts, Ary Rosenbaum, and angry Facebook posts … what do they all have in common? Easy! For your reading pleasure, a look at some of the most popular content on JD Supra during last month:

  1. What’s the One Thing Missing from Most Employee Handbooks? – JD Supra Legal Perspective
  2. Supreme Court to Decide Whether RIF-Related Severance Pay Is Subject to FICA – by Elizabeth Mills and Robert Projansky of Proskauer
  3. Bioethicists “Urge Maximal Transparency” in Response to 23andMe Patent – by Donald Zuhn at McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff
  4. Cybersecurity Disclosure: A Panel Discussion with the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance – by Mintz Levin Privacy & Security Matters
  5. Ethical Issues That Arise From Social Media Use In Courtrooms – by Sharon Klein, Angelo Stio III, and Brian Zurich of Pepper Hamilton
  6. The Challenge for Boards – by James Woolery at Cadwalader Quorum
  7. Insurance Recovery Law — Oct 02, 2013 – Manatt
  8. Housing Market Largely Escapes Damage From Government Shutdown, For Now – by Sacha Boegem and Philip R. Stein of Bilzin Sumberg
  9. 10 Concepts That Every Retirement Plan Sponsor Should Know – by Ary Rosenbaum
  10. 3 Trademark Tips for Entrepreneurs – by Linda Norcross at Lewis Roca Rothgerber
  11. China Adopts First Changes in Trademark Law in Over Twelve Years – by Britt Anderson, Winnie Chan, and Xianjin Tin at K&L Gates
  12. The One Mistake Startup Entrepreneurs Always Make – JD Supra Legal Perspective
  13. Why a TPA Can Be a 401(k) Financial Advisor’s Best Friend – Ary Rosenbaum
  14. FCC Changes to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act Take Effect October 16 – Brian Buckley, Rodger Cole, Bradley Meissner, and Tyler G. Newby at Fenwick & West
  15. [Video] FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report – Episode 11 with Eddie Cogan – by Thomas Fox
  16. How (Not) to Terminate an Employee – by Mark Neuberger at Foley & Lardner
  17. Is the Severance that Your Company Pays to Fired Workers Taxable? The Supreme Court Will Decide – by Vicki M. Nielsen at Ogletree Deakins
  18. How the Government Shutdown is Affecting Your Business – by Baker Donelson
  19. Alberta’s Highest Court Dismisses Employer’s Appeal In Calf-Roping Case: Agrees That Trial Judge’s Verdict Was Unreasonable – by Lindsay Mullen at Dentons
  20. Preparing for the Affordable Care Act – A Brief Guide for the Small Business – by Susan Baker at Niles, Barton & Wilmer
  21. First Decision by PTO Under America Invents Act Invalidates Business Method Patent – by Quinn Emanuel
  22. Who Pays When Employees Crash Their Cars After Hours? It Could Be You… – by Brooke Arena, Lindey Connor Hulse, and Michael Weil at Orrick Global Employment Law
  23. Consent Isn’t the Only Consideration: NY Comic Con Attendees Disagree that Hijacking Twitter Accounts Makes the Event “100x cooler! For realz.” – by Jake Romero at Mintz Levin Privacy & Security
  24. Angry Facebook Posts and Tweets by Passenger about an Airport Employee Considered Expression of Frustration and Therefore not Defamatory – by Richard Raysman at Holland & Knight
  25. Social Media Marketing: Caging the Un-Caged Tweeter – by Brian Socolow at Loeb & Loeb

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