I tried to stay away from being quite as heavy on AT&T Mobility LLC. v. Concepcion today as I was yesterday but this is a big case the case and I’m still seeing a lot of excellent and varying opinions on it. Also, Linda Evers at Smart Grid Legal News has another great interview. Total posts on The LexBlog Network today: 149.
For the second day in a row this is a little bit later than normal, but as a result of that and wanting to provide ample coverage to two big legal developments, we’re expanding today’s roundup to 16 posts. We have a wealth of varying viewpoints on AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion in the Supreme Court and also strong insight on Sony’s epic data breach. Total posts on The LexBlog Network today: 147.
A busy, busy day at LexBlog means we get to this roundup a tad bit tardy. In some of the biggest news of the last 48 hours, U.S. District Court Judge Susan Nelson granteded a preliminary junction in the players’ case against the NFL and temporarily lifted the league’s lockout. Gregg Clifton of Jackson Lewis has the analysis. Total posts on The LexBlog Network today: 133.
A wet and gloomy Monday in Seattle sees 146 posts hit The LexBlog Network. Today we see some coverage on a subject that’s seemingly slipped past the vibrant privacy law community, that being the outage faced by Sony’s Playstation Network and the possibility that a breach and lost credit card data may be in play. Interesting stuff.
Where yesterday’s roundup came much later than usual, we’re going to get today’s out a little bit earlier. Highlighting today’s top 10, we have some engaging employment law posts from Rob Radcliff, Robin Shea and Tom Crane. Total posts on The LexBlog Network today: 125.
Because yesterday afternoon ended up being quite busy, we’re just now getting to Wednesday’s look back at the Network’s best posts. Within that bunch, Santiago Cuego breaks down registering your intellectual property in a foreign country, Megan Connolly alerts us to the existence of drive-thru funerals and Gregg Clifton comments on the labor peace in Major League Baseball.
As much as I’m embarrassed to admit it, I was eating the Jennie-O frozen turkey burgers up until about a month ago. Yep, “these turkey burgers”http://www.marlerblog.com/attorney-videos/27-tons-of-hormel-jennie-o-turkey-burgers-sold-at-sams-club-linked-to-12-salmonella-cases-in-10-stat/. I only stopped eating them when the generic brand became a dollar or two less expensive. Sometimes we choose to ignore the potential dangers that lurk around us because it’s hard to accurately comprehend their place in reality—and doing so would leave most living a life that’s too fearful to enjoy. That said, those dangers are around, and a recent report on Food Safety News proves quite alarming: a significant percentage of Seattle-area grocery store chicken is tainted by bacteria. Total posts on The LexBlog Network today: 161.
Despite it being almost a week later, we’re still seeing strong commentary on the privacy bills recently introduced in Congress. This time, it’s analysis from an advertising perspective via DWT attorney Paul Glist. Also, David Oxenford has a few words on what Donald Trump declaring his presidential candidacy on The Apprentice might mean from a legal perspective. Total posts on The LexBlog Network today: 143.
Another week flies by as three more publications join The LexBlog Network. While two of the three are business blogs, don’t expect them to be quite the same. According to Google Maps, if you wanted to set out on foot, and then via kayak, it’d only take you 215 days (and 16,247 miles) to travel between their respective locations. Have a great weekend everyone.
Today’s roundup of the day’s best is quite technology-heavy as we have multiple posts on hacking (one discussing the Wordpress breach), insight on how to write blog titles, advice the art of being engaging and commentary on a lawsuit against Match.com. Total posts on The LexBlog Network today: 138.