It is, once again, a two-fer Tuesday for original content on LXBN as we have an LXBN Roundtable on the big class action ruling in Standard Fire v. Knowles and an LXBN TV episode on a new digital assets bill in North Carolina. In the roundup today, John Bouman has an interesting piece on why this year is a big year for Obamacare in its fight against poverty. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 175.
- Is the Aereo Litigation a Trojan Horse? – Washington, DC attorney Dana Frix of Chadbourne & Parke on the firm’s blog, TMT Perspectives
- Golden Parachutes For the Airlines – Does it Matter Who Pays? – Syracuse lawyer Sara Temes of Bond Schoeneck & King on the firm’s Bankruptcy Report
- Obamacare Enters Its Big Year for Fighting Poverty – John Bouman of The Shriver Center on The Shriver Blog
- Tory Burch Files Infringement Lawsuit against Bluebell Accessories in New York – Jennifer Major of Sullivan & Worcester on the firm’s blog, Trending Trademarks
- Number of Employees on Disability Has Doubled in 20 Years – Seattle attorney Mike Reilly of Lane Powell on the firm’s Boom: The ERISA Law Blog
- Do Your Employees Know Big Brother May Be Watching? – Los Angeles attorney Elizabeth Arce of Liebert Cassidy Whitmore on the firm’s California Public Agency Labor & Employment Blog
- Not a Good Mix – Fishing Expeditions, Social Media, and Employment Discrimination – West Bloomfield lawyer Jason Shinn of Shinn Legal on his Michigan Employment Law Advisor
- ICANN’s Trademark Clearinghouse Launches Today – Syracuse lawyer Blaine Bettinger of Bond Schoeneck & King on their Higher Education IP Report
- A Cyprus Reminder: For Money and Other Data, There IS No Cloud – Corporate investigator Philip Segal of Charles Griffin Intelligence on their blog, The Ethical Investigator
- Should I Consider a Prenup: The Debate After New York Court Invalidates A Pre-Nuptial Agreement – New York lawyer Daniel Clement at his blog, the New York Divorce Report
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