Lots of posts today on stories that have received national attention: Oracle v. Google, Jerry Sandusky, the New York City soda size limit and the NFL’s labor battle with its referees. Also, on LXBN TV, Mark Theodore explains what employers need to know following the NLRB’s latest social media report. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 182.
- Oracle v. Google Judge Writes the Book on Software Programming Copyright – For Now, Anyway – New York attorney Jeff Neuburger of Proskauer Rose in the firm’s New Media & Technology Law Blog
- On or off? Setting defaults for privacy online. – Washington, DC lawyer Vivek Krishnamurthy of Foley Hoag on their blog, Corporate Social Responsibility & The Law
- NFL Labor Strife Round II: League Talks With Referees Break Down – Phoenix lawyer Gregg Clifton of Jackson Lewis on the firm’s Collegiate & Professional Sports Law Blog
- Jerry Sandusky’s Trial starts: Will he haunt Joe Paterno’s Legacy? – Phoenix lawyer Vladimir Gagic on his blog, the Arizona Criminal Law & Sex Crimes Post
- Daubert On The Defense? – Real estate litigator William Ruskin of Epstein Becker Green on his Toxic Tort Litigation Blog
- Guidelines for the use of Criminal Backgrounds in Employment – Long Beach attorney Walter Haines of United Employees Law Group on the firm’s blog, The California Employee Advocate
- Kompu Gacha, “Mystery Box” Games, and the Legality of Blind Virtual Item Sales – Washington DC lawyer Drew Boortz of Reed Smith on the firm’s blog, Developing Concerns
- State Farm Cheats Brain Injury Victim, Michigan Supreme Court Approves – Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
- NYC Soda Size Limit Unpopular But Likely To Pass – Denver-based reporter Dan Flynn on Food Safety News
- Politico Accuses the Post and Times of Media Bias: Reporters Detect a Disturbance in the Force – Patrick Maines, president of The Media Institute, at the Institute’s Media & Communications Policy Blog
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