Did you know that, even if your contract runs out with a certain cellular provider, you are now not allowed to unlock it and take it to another carrier for service? Pretty ridiculous. Mitchell Lazarus joins LXBN TV today to explain how this came about and why it won’t last. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 163.
- Senator Rockefeller to Cruise CEO Micky Arison: Carnival’s Failure to Address Safety Issues - “This Needs to Stop” – Miami attorney Jim Walker of Walker & O’Neill on his blog, Cruise Law News
- Ryan’s Budget on Health Care: Disastrous for Seniors, People with Disabilities, Low-Income Workers, Children, and the States – John Bouman of The Shriver Center on The Shriver Blog
- NLRB to Take the Recess Appointment Scuffle to the Supreme Court – St. Louis attorney Terry Potter of Husch Blackwell on the firm’s blog, Labor Relations Law Insider
- Why Does Food Mislabeling Outrage Consumers? – June K. Campbell and Paul D. Swanson of Lane Powell on the firm’s blog, Earth and Table
- The Penn State scandal and the duty to defend – Iselin, NJ attorney Gene Killian of The Killian Firm on his blog, New Jersey Insurance Coverage Litigation
- Are Class Actions Unconstitutional? Yes (At Least Sometimes) – Washington, DC attorney Archis Parasharami of Mayer Brown on the firm’s blog, Class Defense
- Brand Mascots Come to Life on Social Media – New York lawyer Ronald Urbach of Davis & Gilbert on his blog, Madison Ave Insights
- A Personal Perspective on the Telecommuting Debate – New York attorney Lori Jordan of EpsteinBeckerGreen on the firm’s Executive Women’s Networking Blog
- New York State Assembly Votes to Extend Hydraulic Fracturing Moratorium – Columbus lawyer Scott Bent of BakerHostetler on the firm’s North America Shale Blog
- Busy Day for Cybersecurity in D.C. – Miami lawyer Al Saikali of Shook, Hardy & Bacon on his Data Security Law Journal
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