As we close things down for the week with one last roundup, we have a number or excellent posts. Stanford Barid has an excellent post on hydraulic fracturing today, which was one of four “trending” subjects I discussed with Jared Sulzdorf in a weekly recap video we shot today. Look for that Sunday. Also, we have an LXBN TV today on the pharmaceutical sales rep/overtime case in the Supreme Court. Have a great weekend, everyone.
- Next Week, U.S. Senate Will Debate Resolution to Block National Labor Relations Board’s “Quickie” Election Rule – New York lawyer Seth Borden of McKenna Long & Aldridge on the firm’s blog, Labor Relations Today
- First Small Physician Practice Joins The Parade of HIPAA PHI Security Breaches – Pittsburgh attorney William Maruca of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s blog, HIPAA, HITECH & HIT
- US Supreme Court Finds that Mental and Emotional Distress are not “Actual Damages” under the Privacy Act – Philadelphia lawyer Kimberly Wong of Marshall, Dennehey, Warner, Coleman & Goggin on the firm’s blog, Data Breach Legal Watch
- With North Carolina’s Shale Gas Study Nearly Complete, Legislation to Legalize Hydraulic Fracturing is Expected to Move Forward in 2012 – Raleigh lawyer Stanford Barid of K&L Gates on the firm’s blog, North Carolina Land Use
- The European Bank De-Risking Continued: The Buy Side – Philadelphia lawyer Rick Jones of Dechert on the firm’s blog, Crunched Credit
- Preview of the John Edwards Trial and the Potential Problems With the Government’s Case – Atlanta, Georgia lawyer Anthony Lake on the Federal Criminal Defense Blog
- 100 Years of Fenway Park and Annual Spring Paranoia – Omaha lawyer Kyle Wallor of Lamson, Dugan and Murray on the firm’s blog, The Nebraska Litigation and Trial Advisor
- Cunard Child Supervisor Admits Sexually Abusing 13 Boys During Cruises – Miami lawyer Jim Walker of Walker & O’Neill on his blog, Cruise Law News
- Good News: Inside Counsel Must Do More With Less on Class Actions – Virginia attorney Andrew Trask of McGuireWoods on the firm’s blog, Class Action Countermeasures
- How Science Works (When It Doesn’t Work) – Houston attorney David Oliver of Vorys on the firm’s blog, Mass Torts: State of the Art
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