If I wanted to, I could’ve probably made this entire roundup focused on the Fiscal Cliff but instead chose to leave a couple good posts out just to have a bit of mix. If you’re interested in all of the LexBlog Network’s best insight on the subject, see LXBN’s curated Fiscal Cliff section. Also, on LXBN TV, Scott Key joins me to discuss when the Second Amendement last went before the Supreme Court.
- What Was Approved in the Fiscal Cliff? – Chapel Hill attorney Greg Herman-Giddens of TrustCounsel PA in the firm’s North Carolina Estate Planning Blog
- Top 5 International Business Law Trends to Watch in 2013: Trend #2 Intellectual Property. -Florida lawyer Santiago Cueto of Cueto Law Group on his blog International Business Law Advisor
- While Congress Averts Leap off Fiscal Cliff, Employment Issues Still Loom – Washington, DC lawyer Ilyse Schuman of Littler on the firm’s blog, Washington, DC Employment Law Update
- 4 Reasons Why Gov. Corbett’s Antitrust Lawsuit Against The NCAA Is On Shaky Ground – from Philadelphia civil litigation & trial attorney Maxwell Kennerly on his blog, Litigation and Trial
- Michigan’s New “Social Media Password Protection” Law Multiplies the Challenges for Employers Seeking to Investigate Employees’ Social Media Misconduct – San Francisco lawyer Philip Gordon of Littler Mendelson on the firm’s Workplace Privacy Counsel
- Happy New Year: New Laws Affecting California Employers In 2013 – Sacramento lawyer Tony DeCristoforo on the Stoel Rives World of Employment
- Fiscal Cliff Avoided – Texas attorney Jack Howell of Sprouse Shrader Smith in the firm’s Tax Law and Business Organization Strategy Domain
- Hydraulic Fracturing: State Regulatory Roundup Vol. 9 – Washington, DC lawyer Wayne D’Angelo of Kelley Drye on the firm’s blog, Fracking Insider
- Toasting to the New Year – New York lawyer Ronald Urbach of Davis & Gilbert on his blog, Madison Ave Insights
- The Ten Most Significant Cases of 2012 – Virginia attorney Andrew Trask of McGuireWoods on the firm’s blog, Class Action Countermeasures
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