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Employment Law Update - Spring 2016
The New Year has brought with it a rash of letters to local companies from class action counsel, threatening to take legal action on behalf of un-named and un-specified “disabled individuals throughout the United States who use the Internet.” 
By John M. Bredehoft and Labor & Employment

Cybersecurity Client Alert - March 2016
One of the easiest ways for a criminal to obtain personal data is to have you send it directly to them, and criminals are obtaining thousands of Social Security Numbers from well-meaning employees. They use that information to file fraudulent tax returns. Here’s how the scam works...
By Nicole J. Harrell and Cybersecurity Response Team

Employment Law Update - Winter 2016
The Norfolk and Richmond Offices of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) were two of eleven EEOC offices to utilize a pilot program of its new Digital Charge System beginning in May of 2015. 
By Labor & Employment

Cybersecurity & Business Tax Client Alert - February 26, 2016
It has become standard for a company that is a victim of a data breach to offer free credit monitoring for a one to three year period to its employees whose information may have been compromised.
By Business Taxation and Cybersecurity Response Team

6 Credit Union Industry Predictions for 2016
Once again, the Kaufman & Canoles Credit Union Team has predictions for trends and changes in the credit union industry for the upcoming year.
By E. Andrew Keeney and Dustin H. DeVore

How These 6 Legal Predictions Will Greatly Impact CUs in 2016...
E. Andrew Keeney was recently a guest on the CU Broadcast episode "#537: How These 6 Legal Predictions Will Greatly Impact CUs in 2016…"
By E. Andrew Keeney

Employment Law Alert - Employers Must Now Use New EEOC Charge System
Effective January 1, 2016, all fifty-three EEOC offices nationwide implemented required use of a new Digital Charge System. 
By Burt H. Whitt and Labor & Employment