Following up on our LXBN Roundtable on the subject, we also discussed the LinkedIn account takeover case on today’s episode of LXBN TV. In today’s roundup, we have news that the Supreme Court has been asked to review federal funding of human embryonic stem cell research and Philip Jackson offers further commentary on the state of the presidential election. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 155.
- Affirmative Action In College Admissions -Dallas lawyer Jamie Ribman of Looper Reed & McGraw on the firm’s blog, Tilting the Scales
- FTC’s Olhausen: Privacy Through a Competition Lens – Washington, DC lawyer William Weber of Baker Hostetler on the firm’s blog, Data Privacy Monito
- The Corporate Verdict Against Lance Armstrong – Dallas non-compete lawyer Rob Radcliff on his Smooth Transitions Law Blog
- Turning Game Players into Game Developers – Washington DC lawyer Drew Boortz of Reed Smith on the firm’s blog, Developing Concerns
- Regulatory Advocacy for Capital-Raising Crowdfunding – Dallas lawyer Richard Tulli of Gardere on the firm’s blog, From the Sox Up
- Dale Carnegie, Esq. – Houston lawyer Kendall Gray of Andrews Kurth on his blog, The Appellate Record
- What Ohio Employers Need to Know About Employees Taking Time Off to Vote – Sara Hutchins Jodka of Porter Wright on their Employer Law Report
- Romney vs. Obama: A Bad Campaign Collides with a Sleepy Candidate – Jackson, Mississippi attorney Philip Thomas on the blog Mississippi Litigation Review and Commentary
- U.S. Supreme Court Asked to Review Federal Funding of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research – Valley lawyer Antoinette Konski of Foley & Lardner on the firm’s blog, Personalized Medicine Bulletin
- U.S. Airways, Inc. v. McCutchen: If you were the victim of a car accident, would you agree to a settlement that required you to pay? – Cleveland lawyer Ann M. Caresani of Porter Wright on the firm’s Employer Law Report
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