It was a big day for Supreme Court analysis on the LexBlog Network. Not only we do we have a couple posts in the roundup, but Kevin Goldberg joins us to break down this afternoon’s oral arguments in a case deciding if Virginia can block FOIA requests from non-residents. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 201.
- U.S. Supreme Court to Define “Clothes”! – West Des Moines attorney Liz Overton of Sulivan & Ward on the firm’s Iowa Law Blog
- US Supreme Court Opens the Door to Reexamination of Contribution Limits – Stefan Passantino and David Fine of McKenna Long & Aldridge on the firm’s Politics, Law and Policy Blog
- To Pay or Not to Pay: Legality of Unpaid Internships Is Questioned – Los Angeles attorney Elizabeth Arce of Liebert Cassidy Whitmore on the firm’s California Public Agency Labor & Employment Blog
- The Changing Nature Of Restaurant Real Estate – Dallas attorney Matthew Sanderson of Looper Reed on the firm’s blog, Texas Restaurant Law
- President Obama Touts Refinancing Plan in State of the Union Address – Sacha Boegem and Robert Siegel of Bilzin Sumberg on the firm’s blog, Mortgage Crisis Watch
- Facebook Sued Over “Like” Button and Other Features – New York attorney William Hector of Gibbons on the firm’s IP Law Alert
- Dear Facebook, Could You Please Forget I Exist? – John Delaney, Madhavi Tandon Batliboi and Alex van der Wolk of Morrison Foerster on the firm’s blog, Socially Aware
- Courts Begin To Grapple With Challenges To Super PAC “Independence” – Washington, DC lawyer Zachary Parks of Covington & Burling on their blog, InsidePoliticalLaw
- Key to Fulfilling Career: What is Your “Major Definite Purpose?” – Dallas, Texas lawyer coach Cordell Parvin on the Cordell Parvin Blog
- Federal Court Rules That Twitter Invites and Facebook Posts Do Not Constitute Impermissible Employee Solicitations – Chicago attorney Justin Breyer of Seyfarth Shaw on the firm’s blog, Trading Secrets
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