Back in business for the work week, with another round of legal news to showcase. Don’t forget that this isn’t the only place we’ve got highlights: the “Featured Blog,” “Featured Author” and “Editor’s Current Recommendations” (atop the front of the LexMonitor home page) all change daily.
- NC Court of Appeals holds that risk allocation provision does not violate North Carolina anti-indemnification statute – The blogging lawyers & attorneys at Womble Carlyle in the firm’s Construction Industry Blog
- Updated research guide on international sports law – Michel-Adrien Sheppard, reference librarian at the Supreme Court of Canada, at his blog Library Boy
- Are your real estate taxes too high? – Maine attorney Al Nye at his blog, Al Nye the Lawyer Guy
- Once you are approved for SSD are minor children automatically approved for SSI? – Disability blogger Tim Moore at My Disability Blog
- CAIR Court throws eastern utility markets into financial tail-spin – Washington, D.C. attorney Tracy Davis of Bracewell & Giuliani in the firm’s Energy Legal Blog
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