We have reports today that Edith Ramirez will be the new head of the Federal Trade Commission—an agency we discuss a lot on the LexBlog Network; Libbie Canter has the story. Also, on LXBN TV George McGuire breaks down the White House’s push for free access to federally funded research. Also, see what’s trending on the LexBlog Network this week. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 168.
- Ramirez To Head Federal Trade Commission – Washington, DC lawyer Libbie Canter of Covington & Burling on the firm’s blog, Inside Privacy
- Divorce and the Entrepreneur: Part 2 – Boston and Hingham based attorney Nancy Van Tine on her Massachusetts Divorce Law Monitor
- First Take on Amgen Decision: Supreme Court “Basically” Endorses Status Quo – Seattle attorney Douglas Greene of Lane Powell on the firm’s blog, D&O Discourse
- Be Aware of More Aggressive Enforcement of Equal Pay – Boston lawyer Renee Inomata of Burns & Levinson on the firm’s blog, The In-House Advisor
- Cybersecurity and Information Technology — The Need for Directors to Gain IT Expertise – Atlanta attorney Ryan Boyd of McKenna Long & Aldridge on the firm’sMiddle Market Money Blog
- Supreme Court Standing Case Has Implications for Privacy Litigation – The blogging lawyers and attorneys at Hogan Lovells on their blog, Chronicle of Data Protection
- Avoiding Risk – Get Your Client to “Buy-In” to Predictive Coding – Philadelphia lawyer Peter Buckley of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s blog, Defending Atticus
- Facebook Password “Privacy” Bill Is An Answer In Search of a Problem – Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Pullman & Comley in his Connecticut Employment Law Blog
- When your heart stops beating, you’ll keep tweeting – The blogging lawyers & attorneys at Hull & Hull in their Toronto Estate Law Blog
- Sequester Expected to Have Big Impact on Food Safety; Details Unknown – Washington, DC reporter Helena Bottemiller on Food Safety News
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