As the year winds down, we see more and more commentary coming on Supreme Court cases—Robert Milligan has insight on an interesting one today. Over on LXBN TV, Ed Poll joins me to explain why baby boomer lawyers should consider planning for life after law. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 180.
- More on Cybersecurity and Attribution: Si Chuan University and Tencent – Washington, DC lawyer Stewart Baker of Steptoe & Johnson on the Steptoe Cyberblog
- US Supreme Court Strikes Down Oklahoma Supreme Court Decision And Holds That Arbitrator, Rather Than Court, Must Determine the Enforceability of Non-Compete Agreements Containing Arbitration Provisions – Los Angeles lawyer Robert Milligan of Seyfarth Shaw on the firm’s blog, Trading Secrets
- The Dangerous Impact of Money-Driven Judicial Elections – Cindy Phan of the University of Denver’s Institution for the Advancement of the American Legal System on their blog, IAALS Online
- The Fiscal Cliff and Poor People – Dan Lesser of The Shriver Center on their blog, The Shriver Brief
- Will The Production Tax Credit Get Thrown Off the Fiscal Cliff? – Buffalo lawyer Charles Malcomb of Hodgson Russ on the firm’s Clean and Green Law Blog
- The Top Five Consumer Myths About Restaurant Law – Dallas attorney Matthew Sanderson of Looper Reed on the firm’s blog,Texas Restaurant Law
- PeopleBrowsr Wins Round One Against Twitter – J. Alexander Lawrence and Amanda Bakale of Morrison Foerster on their blog, SociallyAware
- Hurricane Sandy, Natural Disasters, and New York Property Tax Relief – NY lawyer David Wilkes of Huff Wilkes on his blog, Property Tax Monitor
- New for 2013: CA Employees Have the Right to a Copy of Their Personnel Files – San Francisco attorney Craig Baumgartner of Reed Smith on the firm’s blog,Employment Law Watch
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