To give readers a better view of the insight and commentary published by the LexBlog’s Network’s more than 7,000 authors, LexBlog has launched LXBN, a constantly-curated view of the Network’s best posts. For an explanation on how the publication came to be, here is Colin O’Keefe.
Today’s roundup is a bit heavy on the technology and privacy side with good posts from Jeffrey Freedman, Winston Maxwell and Richard Granat. Also, Kevin LaCroix offers his comments on a report documenting the corporate and securities litigation in the second quarter of 2011. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 145.
As I mentioned last week, sometimes it’s good to have a little bit of non-law fun in these roundups. Then, it was Hunter Biederman celebrating with the Dallas Mavericks and this week it’s Greg Price observing the last ever Space Shuttle launch from Mission Control. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 161.
Well, as LXBN got its own post, we’ll leave that out for now. However, even with that excluded, it isn’t just blogs launching this week as we also created a new website to accompany Florida appellate lawyer Dan Bushell’s excellent blog. Have a great weekend, everyone.
Drawing on 149 posts, today’s roundup of The LexBlog Network has good sports pieces. On the one hand, we have some great legal analysis from Steve Lombardi on the options contract as it pertains catching a ball at a baseball game. And then on the other hand, we have Hunter Biederman’s excellent tale of celebrating the NBA Championship with the Dallas Mavericks. I figured we can have some fun in these from time to time.
Feels a bit like the dog days of summer as there’s no rhyme or reason to today’s roundup besides just offering the day’s best. Philip Gordon comments on social media checks by employers “coming of age”, Ted Lewkowicz continues his series on the New York same-sex marriage law and Stuart Carpey explains why he had to turn down good work. Total posts on The LexBlog Network today: 125.
Today’s roundup of the day’s best brings analysis on some pretty major subjects: Ted Lewkowicz discusses New York’s same-sex marriage law, Dan Schwartz comments on what employers should know about Google+ and Max Kennerly offers analysis of the NFL lockout. Total posts on The LexBlog Network today: 161.
The most underrated part of the three-day weekend is easily the four-day workweek that follows—especially when it’s right in the middle of summer. So, as we conclude this short week and a decent amount of the LexBlog team is already out enjoying the afternoon, let’s look back at the two publications joining The LexBlog Network this week.
Over the past six months, there haven’t been more popular topics on The LexBlog Network than privacy and data security. Continuing that trend, we have two excellent pieces from Cynthia LaRose, who rounds up the privacy news in Congress, and Elizabeth Litten, who asks where your personal health information is stored. Total posts on The LexBlog Network Thursday: 139.
While the verdict came and went yesterday, I still want to pass along some great views on the Casey Anthony trial from Scott Gordon and Jim Walker. It turns out the verdict wasn’t as shocking as some people would lead you to believe. Total posts on The LexBlog Network today: 144.