It is only Tuesday and this week has already seen two cases generate a good deal of discussion on the LexBlog Network: Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum/Mohamad v. Palestinian Authority in the Supreme Court and McReynolds v. Merrill Lynch in the 7th Circuit. We have posts in today’s roundup on each. Also, over on LXBN: an LXBN Roundtable on the White House privacy framework and LXBN TV on divorce and Facebook.
- 10 Must Have Provisions for Your International Licensing Agreement. Wait, Make that 11. – Florida lawyer Santiago Cueto of Cueto Law Group on his blog International Business Law Advisor
- FINRA and Charles Schwab Battle over Class Action Waiver Clauses – Los Angeles attorney Greg Eisenreich of Barger & Wolen on the firm’s Insurance Litigation & Regulatory Law Blog
- Death Row Watch: Are These Innocent Men Who Are About to be Executed? – Terry Lenamon and Reba Kennedy of Lenamon Law on their Death Penalty Law Blog
- E is for Emotion – LA attorney Christine Wilton on her blog, Los Angeles Bankruptcy Law Monitor
- Some Thoughts on McReynolds and Issues Classes – Virginia attorney Andrew Trask of McGuireWoods on the firm’s blog, Class Action Countermeasures
- Class Certification After Wal-Mart v. Dukes: New Seventh Circuit Opinion On Injunctive Relief Under Rule 23(b)(2) and Issues Classes Under Rule 23(c)(4) – Hartford, CT lawyer Wystan Ackerman of Robinson & Cole on the firm’s Insurance Class Actions Insider
- Originalism and Corporate Personhood Meet The Alien Tort Statute – Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
- The Rise of Issue Certification? – McReynolds v. Merrill Lynch, Pierce Fenner & Smith – Virginia attorney Andrew Trask of McGuireWoods on the firm’s blog, Class Action Countermeasures
- What entities sued for Patent Infringement in 2011? – Buffalo attorney Vincent LoTempio on his LoTempio Law Blog
- Leadership Frame #7: the next challenge – align your various strategies – Australia legal marketing expert Sean Larkan on his Legal Leaders Blog
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