Today’s LXBN TV is probably on one of the more unsettling cases I’ve heard, as Nick Kampars joins me to discuss a suit in which a Burger King employee spit in a police officer’s burger. We also have an LXBN Roundtable up today, tracking comprehensive immigration reform progress against campaign promises. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 151.
- The Privacy Legal Implications of Big Data: A Primer – Denver attorney David Navetta on the InfoLawGroup blog
- Up, Up, and Away—Fast, flat, and lean, SpaceX is helping America’s space industry regain its competitive edge. – The blogging lawyers and attorneys at Morrison Foerster on their blog, MofoTech
- Children With Strangers-Is This A Good Idea? – New York lawyer Daniel Clement at his blog, the New York Divorce Report
- They Really Don’t Know Clouds At All – Washington, DC lawyer Stewart Baker of Steptoe & Johnson on the Steptoe Cyberblog
- Why You Can’t Delete Your Way Out of Your Social Media Mess – Columbus attorney Colleen Marshall of PorterWright on the firm’s blog, Employer Law Report
- Bank of America Settlement in Jeopardy? – Enza G. Boderone and Robert Siegel of Bilzin Sumberg on the firm’s Mortgage Crisis Watch
- What Are You Doing About Your Under-performing Partners? – Business development coach Robin Hensley on her Raising the Bar Blog
- When The Intent Is To Communicate, Market and Lead, Listen With The Eyes – McGlinchey Stafford Chief Marketing Officer Eric Fletcher on his blog, Marketing Brain Fodder
- Could Horsemeat (and Kangaroo meat) get into the US Food Supply – Too late, already did – Seattle attorney Bill Marler of Marler Clark on his MarlerBlog
- NLRB Decisions to Fall Like Dominos? – Harrisburg attorney Adam Santucci of McNees Wallace & Nurick on the firm’s Pennslyvania Labor & Employment Blog
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