Over the past year I’ve seen two interesting studies/surveys on digital distractions and their influence on the workweek—one saying that because of social media distractions we actually only work four days each week, and another saying that the constant access to email actually means we’re working an extra day. Well, who knows at this point? Either way, Pam Woldow has a great post today on dealing with those digital distractions. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 178.
- Federal Judge Offers Sharp Rebuke to Wall Street and Praise to the CFTC – Washington, DC attorney Steven Berk on his blog, The Corporate Observer
- ‘Tis the Season for Giving – New York lawyer Ronald Urbach of Davis & Gilbert on his blog, Madison Ave Insights
- U.S. Court Protects Middle Earth. Hobbits, Not Inmates, Take Over Asylum. – New York City lawyer Joseph Rosenbaum on the Reed Smith blog, Legal Bytes
- Battling the New Inefficiency Disease: Digital Distraction – Legal project management consultant Pam Woldow on her blog, At The Intersection
- U.S. Navy Steams Full Speed Ahead with Renewable Energy Development on Military Lands – San Diego attorney Taiga Takashi of Latham & Watkins on their Clean Energy Law Report
- Holiday “Gifts” from the Nation’s Capitol – Atlanta attorney Benjamin Keane of McKenna Long & Aldridge on the firm’s Pay to Play Law Blog
- “Like a Crime Scene:” Passenger Threaten Riot on Sickly Cruise Ship “Vomit Hell” – Miami lawyer Jim Walker of Walker & O’Neill on his blog, Cruise Law News
- Labor Experts Predict More Strikes in 2013 – Atlanta attorney Shannon Creasy of McKenna Long & Aldridge on the firm’s blog, Labor Relations Today
- “Entrepreneur of the Year” Scammed Uncle Sam out of $10 Million in Haiti Relief Aid – Indictment – Sacramento lawyer Michael Hackard on his blog, Ponzi Clawbacks
- The Affordable Care Act and You: The New Consumer Benefits – Andrea Kovach of The Shriver Center on their blog, The Shriver Brief
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