In today’s roundup we havea few Monday mainstays in Peter Mahler, Lee Beck and Angelo Paparelli. In addition, we also have great pieces from Lindsay Griffiths and Max Kennerly, two of LXBN’s best. Over on LXBN TV, Arthur Rooney explains why there are bigger issues than the Supreme Court defining “clothes” in Sandifer v. U.S. Steel.
- Social Sharing: Are You Missing Out? – Legal marketing expert Lindsay Griffiths of International Lawyers Network on Zen & The Art of Legal Networking
- Why Electric Cars Require Us to Get Electric Rates Right Now – Seattle lawyer Elaine Spencer of Graham & Dunn on the firm’s blog, GreenTech
- What You Should Be Doing Now to Prepare for Implementation of the Cybersecurity Executive Order – Gerald Ferguson and Theodore J. Kobus III of Baker Hostetler on the firm’s Data Privacy Monitor
- A Duty to Patch? FTC Settles First Case Against a Mobile Device Manufacturer, Describes Company’s Obligation to Implement Software Security – Washington, DC attorney Harriet Pearson of Hogan Lovells on the firm’s blog, Chronicle of Data Protection
- Charles Schwab Claims Investors Don’t Mind When Schwab Loses Their Money – Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
- Is Exclusion from LLC Enough for Dissolution? – New York attorney Peter A. Mahler of Farrell Fritz in his New York Business Divorce Blog
- Georgetown Law Report on the State of the Legal Market–It’s Not Pretty – Jackson, Mississippi attorney Philip Thomas on the blog Mississippi Litigation Review and Commentary
- Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 2/25/13 – Washington, DC lawyer Lee Beck on his blog, the Federal Regulations Advisor
- Cyber Espionage — The Threat and The Response – Miami lawyer Al Saikali of Shook, Hardy & Bacon on his Data Security Law Journal
- Will the new Labor-Business Accord Produce an Immigration Death Panel? – Los Angeles attorney Angelo Paparelli of Seyfarth Shaw on his blog, Nation of Immigrators
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