If there’s anything I’ve learned in covering privacy law, it’s that companies can get away with a lot so long as it doesn’t cause any quantifiable damage. Well, that doesn’t apply universally outside of privacy law—especially when it includes spitting in a cop’s burger. Check out Nick Kampars’ ridiculous post today. Also, this week’s LXBN Roundtable discusses the impact of the D.C. Circuit striking down the NLRB recess appointments.
- Hands Off My Tweets: Washington State Senate Proposes Ban on Mandatory Disclosure of Employee Social Networking Passwords – Chicago lawyer Scott Schaefers of Seyfarth Shaw on the firm’s blog, Trading Secrets
- REI CEO Tapped as New Interior Secretary – Lexington attorney Kenneth Gish, Jr. of Stites & Harbison on the firm’s blog, Environmental and Natural Resources Law Update
- The Liquidity Saga of the United States Postal Service – Miami lawyer Douglas Alan Bates of Berger Singerman on the firm’s Business Organization Report
- Washington Supreme Court Allows “Spit” Lawsuit to Proceed Against Burger King – Portland lawyer Nick Kampars of Davis Wright Tremaine on the firm’s Hospitality Law Blog
- Corporate Practice of Medicine: The Unseen Hurdle in Telehealth – Washington, DC attorney Daniel Gottlieb of EpsteinBeckerGreen on the firm’s blog, TechHealth Perspectives
- Can Being Called “Too Flamboyant” Be Basis for State Gender Discrimination Claim? – Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Pullman & Comley in his Connecticut Employment Law Blog
- It’s 2013: How Can a Young Lawyer Leader Connect with Clients and Referral Sources? – Dallas, Texas lawyer coach Cordell Parvin on the Cordell Parvin Blog
- A Closer Look at the DoJ’s Complaint against McGraw-Hill and S&P – Ohio attorney Kevin LaCroix of RT ProExec in his blog, The D & O Diary
- Fiduciary Duty is More Than Numbers – Financial risk analyst Susan Mangiero of Fiduciary Leadership, LLC in her blog, Pension Risk Matters
- An Employer’s Cheat-Sheet to Michigan’s Primary Employment Discrimination Statute – West Bloomfield lawyer Jason Shinn of Shinn Legal on his Michigan Employment Law Advisor
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