Though the quantity wasn’t where it sometimes is with 158 posts on the LexBlog Network, the quality was great. Good insight from Stuart Carpey on Lance Armstrong, Michael Geller on ‘Johnny Football’, Jason Stiehl on Zynga’s troubles and Michael Nesteroff on California cap and trade. If you haven’t already, check out what’s trending on LXBN this week. And, lastly, today’s LXBN TV covers what Obama’s second term means for internet law.
- Skype and HIPAA: Security Flaw Discovered – Washington, DC lawyer Rene Quashie of EpsteinBeckerGreen on the firm’s blog,TechHealth Perspectives
- Debate Over Campaign Finance Disclosure Continues – Minneapolis attornet Temmera Diehm of Winthrop Weinstine on the firm’s blog,Inside the Minnesota Capitol
- Blogging from Brussels: Key European Officials Discuss Changes to EU Text – Paris lawyer Winston Maxwell of Hogan Lovells on the firm’s blog, Chronicle of Data Protection
- Lance Armstrong Continues To Pay, May Face Perjury And Insurance Fraud Charges – Philadelphia attorney Stuart Carpey of Kreithen Baron & Carpey on his blog, Pennsylvania Injury Law Report
- Time For Your Sexual Holiday Party – New York attorney Michael Schmidt of Cozen O’Connor on the Social Media Employment Law Blog
- Johnny Football’s Hobson’s Choice – Chicago lawyer Michael Geller of DLA Piper on the firm’s Re:Marks on Copyright and Trademark
- Mobile Game Rivals Clash In California Trade Secret and Unfair Competition Suit – Chicago lawyer Jason Stiehl of Seyfarth Shaw on the firm’s blog, Trading Secrets
- California Cap and Trade to Launch End of the World, Brave New World or Carbon Tax? – Seattle attorney Mike Nesteroff of Lane Powell on the firm’s blog, Sustainability & Climate Change Reporter
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