Today’s roundup brings several hot topics to the forefront, as Santiago Cueto relays news of someone being served via Facebook, John Whitaker covers how Pinterest skirted copyright infringement charges and Antoinette Konski brings word that the Supreme Court postpones decision on review for the much-talked about gene patenting case. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 157.
- Requiring Job Applicants Have A High School Diploma Could Be Discrimination: The EEOC Viewpoint – Arden Hills, Minnesota lawyer Marylee Abrams of Abrams & Schmidt on the firm’s Minnesota Labor & Employment Law Blog
- Why You Should be Concerned about Nationwide Drug Shortages – Dallas attorney Kay Van Wey on her blog, Pill Mill Monitor
- Pinterest Dodges Copyright Infringement Charges – Seattle attorneyJohn Whitaker on his blog, the Copyright Infringement Advisor
- In Landmark Decision, UK High Court Permits Service of Process via Facebook. – Florida lawyer Santiago Cueto of Cueto Law Group on his blog International Business Law Advisor
- Federal Prosecutions Still Weak For Crimes On Reservations – Seattle lawyer Greg Guedel of Foster Pepper on the firm’s Native American Legal Update
- Ambiguous Words in a Construction Contract Can LEED to Miscommunication – Construction lawyer Matt DeVries of the Best Practices Construction Law Blog
- Stolidly Productive Humility: Instilling Discipline By Finding Fun – Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
- Invasion of Privacy – Path App Controversy – Dallas lawyer Peter Vogel on his Internet Information Technology & e-Discovery Blog
- Gene Patenting Case – U.S. Supreme Court Postpones Decision on Review – Silicon Valley lawyer Antoinette Konski of Foley & Lardner on the firm’s blog,Personalized Medicine Bulletin
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