The biggest legal story of the week is, of course, Obamacare’s individual mandate going before the Supreme Court. Ilyse Schuman has us covered there, with her recap of day 2 in the oral arguments. But, the second biggest legal story of the week remains employer demands for employees’ Facebook passwords; we have both and LXBN Roundtable and LXBN TV (with Dan Schwartz) on that. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 179.
- Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Constitutionality of Individual Mandate – Washington, DC lawyer Ilyse Schuman of Littler on the firm’s blog, Washington, DC Employment Law Update
- Class Certification After Wal-Mart v. Dukes: Fifth Circuit Instructs District Courts How To Apply Wal-Mart – Hartford, CT lawyer Wystan Ackerman of Robinson & Cole on the firm’s Insurance Class Actions Insider
- The Supreme Court Health Insurance Precedent No One Is Talking About – West Palm Beach attorney Dan Bushell on his blog, the Florida Appellate Review
- JOBS Act Impact on Community Banks – Ohio attorney Jack J. Gravelle of Porter Wright Morris & Arthur in the firm’s Federal Securities Law Blog
- Facebook and Suicidal Thoughts – New York attorney Michael Schmidt of Cozen O’Connor on the Social Media Employment Law Blog
- Julian Heicklen, 80 Year-Old Jury Nullification Advocate, Charged With Jury Tampering – Atlanta, Georgia lawyer Anthony Lake on the Federal Criminal Defense Blog
- Rocket Matter Launches API and Integration with Automatic Time Tracking Tool Chrometa – Spartanburg, South Carolina attorney Ben Stevens on his blog, The Mac Lawyer
- Free Speech Is Real Loser in Rush Kerfuffle – Patrick Maines, president of The Media Institute, at the Institute’s Media & Communications Policy Blog
- Legal Business Development: Would You Give Up Sex For The Internet? – Legal marketing expert Paula Black on her In Black and White blog
- The Perils of Patent Prosecution Delegation: A Cautionary Tale – Seattle lawyer Paul Swanson of Lane Powell on the firm’s blog, the Patent Practice Professional Liability Reporter
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