A day after John Kerry and John McCain introduced the Commercial Privacy Bill of Rights Act in Congress, we have some insight on the legislation from a few of the Network’s best privacy authors. Also, want to see how to start off a criminal law blog right? Take a look Vladimir Gagic’s Arizona Criminal Law & Sex Crimes Post—he has a great interview today. Total posts on The LexBlog Network : 151.
When it comes to constant insightful content in the legal blogosphere, the topic of privacy and data security is quickly becoming the new employment law. Within that area, and echoing something I said earlier today on the LexMonitor Twitter feed, John Lacey’s recently-launched Massachusetts Data Privacy Law Blog is one publication worth adding to your RSS reader—another strong informative post today. Total posts on The LexBlog Network for the day: 141.
On another gorgeous evening in Seattle (hey, it can be nice here too), it’s time to look at ten of the best from the 153 posts to hit The LexBlog Network today. Coming from Greg Bates and Jonathan Rosenfeld, we have two excellent posts on recent developments surrounding DePuy International.
Wrapping things up on what will be a gorgeous night for baseball in Seattle, we have seven new publications joining The LexBlog Network this week with quite a few heavy-hitters rolling out new blogs. Have a great weekend everyone, I’m off to Opening Day. Go M’s.
It’s almost everyday now that Karen Koehler, the former President of the Washington State Association for Justice, is offering up valuable advice for fellow attorneys. Today she challenges lawyers to re-examine their thought process and consider looking at things more like a skeptical juror. Interesting stuff. Total posts on The LexBlog Network today: 154.
Due to some extenuating circumstances, today’s roundup comes a little bit earlier than normal. Thus far, we have 121 posts on The LexBlog Network today. As a highlight, Larry Bodine breaks down a conversation where three big-time general counsels describe how they go about choosing a lawyer and law firm. Also, Marc Alifanz at Stoel Rives has a great post on IRS guidance for health care reform.
Verizon makes news on The LexBlog Network today as their appeal in a Net Neutrality case was dismissed in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. Also, in celebration of his team winning the NCAA Tournament, Dan Schwartz has a few employment law lessons from the UCONN Huskies. Total posts on The LexBlog Network today: 154.
As is often the case, the big news of the day comes in the realm of privacy law as marketing giant Episolon sees experiences a colossal data breach. Cynthia LaRose and John Lacey have you covered there. Total posts on The LexBlog Network today: 153.
Another week comes to a close as six new publications join The LexBlog Network. Amongst the fray, we have what is the fourth publication on the Network from Australia. The employment and energy practice areas continue to grow, and we also have a new subject to discuss within realm of criminal law.
Drawing on 159 posts on The LexBlog Network, today’s toss around the diamond includes great advice on the use of Twitter hashtags by #LauraGutierrez, insight on the Microsoft/Apple ‘APP STORE’ case from Stacia Lay and Steven Berk with a strong post on Walmart, Elizabeth Warren and discrimination. I hope everyone enjoys the rest of Opening Day; I’m off to watch Lincecum take on the Dodgers.