Remember earlier this week, when everyone starting posting legal status updates on their Facebook timelines? Well, they obviously weren’t legally binding but they did come as a result of Facebook changing up their Data Use Policy. Gerald Ferguson breaks it all down for us today on LXBN TV. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 193.
- Facebook Status v. the Law – Lisa Y. Wang and Matthew N. Sugarman of Weintraub Tobin on theirIP Law Blog
- Update on “Fiscal Cliff” Negotiations – Robert Glennon, Kate McAuliffe and James Wickett of Hogan Lovells on the firm’s blog, Focus on Regulation
- Court Rules that Police Use of Wi-Fi Tracking Software is Not a Fourth Amendment Search – Washington, DC attorney Jeff Kosseff of Covington & Burling on the firm’s blog,InsidePrivacy
- Carnival Cruise CEO Arison Pockets $90,000,000 – Miami attorney Jim Walker of Walker & O’Neill on his blog, Cruise Law News
- Personal Injury Lawyers and the Value of Client Service – Huntsville, Alabama attorney Jeff Blackwell on his firm’s blog, Alabama Litigation Review
- The Theory of Relativity: Einstein’s Right of Publicity – St. Louis-based attorney Michael Kahn on The Anchor Plate
- The Right Time (And The Wrong Time) To Have Surgery – Philadelphia attorney Stuart Carpey of Kreithen Baron & Carpey on his blog, Pennsylvania Injury Law Report
- Franchisees: Think Twice About Agreeing to Paying Franchisor State Tax – Iowa lawyer Rush Nigut of Brick Gentry in his blog, Rush on Business
- The Half-Life of Facts: Required Reading for Lawyers – Corporate investigator Philip Segal of Charles Griffin Intelligence on their blog, The Ethical Investigator
- Super-Storms, Logic and Impossible Solutions – Boston attorney Steve Honig of Duane Morris on his blog, The Law & Other Anomalies
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