As a writer, there’s nothing I enjoy more than a good introduction, especially one with a bit of humor. And today, Max Kennerly’s post on an absurdly unsafe children’s slide has just that. Also, over on LXBN, we have Al Saikali explaining a few lessons from that massive Global Payments Inc. data breach. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 155.
- Fashion Law 101: What “Mr. Worldwide” Can Teach Your Fashion Company About Brand Extension – Los Angeles lawyer Staci Riordan of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s Fashion Law Blog
- Top 5 Signs Your Spouse is Hiding Money – Boston and Hingham based attorney Nancy Van Tine on her Massachusetts Divorce Law Monitor
- Yahoo Layoffs, Over 2000 Jobs Lost. Is there a Silver Lining? – Long Beach attorney Walter Haines of United Employees Law Group on the firm’s blog, The California Employee Advocate
- Maryland “Facebook Law” Raises New Obstacles For Employers Vetting Applicants And Investigating Employees, But With Important Exceptions – San Francisco lawyer Philip Gordon of Littler Mendelson on the firm’s Workplace Privacy Counsel
- LMFAO: Scandalous and We Know It – Catlan McCurdy of Winthrop & Weinstine on the firm’s DuetsBlog
- Latest Jobs Bill Includes Several Employment-Related Provisions – Washington, DC lawyer Ilyse Schuman of Littler on the firm’s blog, Washington, DC Employment Law Update
- No Copyright Infringement but Criminal Charges for Massive Download – Dallas lawyer Peter Vogel on his InternetInformation Technology & e-Discovery Blog.
- Hopelessly Unsafe Playground Slide Recalled -Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
- More People Search for “Attorney” than “Lawyer” – Legal marketing expert Larry Bodine on the Larry Bodine Law Marketing Blog
- Reno Air Crash: NTSB Critical of Race Organizers’ Tracking of Aircraft Discrepancies – San Mateo attorney Mike Danko on his Aviation Law Monitor
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