As an ardent sports fan, it’s always interesting to see someone on LXBN cover a trending story in the world of sports. Today, that story was the firing of Rutgers University basketball coach, Mike Rice, after a video showed him yelling obscenities and throwing basketballs at players during practice; Joe Baghat covers that story in today’s Top 10. Also of note, if you haven’t already, check out the latest installment of LXBN TV where Philip Segal tackles some of the finer points of Cyprus’s financial troubles. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 182.
- The Economic Loss Rule: An Under-Utilized But Not-So-Secret Weapon– New York litigator William Ruskin of EpsteinBeckerGreen on his Toxic Tort Litigation Blog
- Pleading The Fifth Amendment And Adverse Inferences In Civil Litigation– Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
- Calling a Co-Worker “Stupid” Not Enough to Prove “Disability”, Court Says– Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Pullman & Comley in hisConnecticut Employment Law Blog
- Apple Changes Warranty Policy in China Following State Media Attacks– New York lawyer Joanne Sum-Pingof Covington & Burling on the firm’s blog, Inside Tech Media
- Why the Technology Industry Can Help Build A Better Workplace – New York attorney Michelle Capezza of EpstaineBeckerGreen on the firm’s blog, Technology Company Counselor
- Flash–SEC discovers 21st Century – Boston attorney Steve Honig of Duane Morris on his blog, The Law & Other Anomalies
- A Big-Box Retail Store in the City? “If They Come, We Will Build It.” – Brian R. Judge and William H. Dillon of Ghoulston Storrs on the firm’s blog,Retail Law Advisor
- Employment Law Lessons From The Penn State Scandal – Lancaster attorney Christina Hausner of Russell, Krafft & Gruber on the firm’s Pennsylvania Employment Law Blog
- Did Rutgers Make a Mistake in Firing Head Basketball Coach? – New Jersey lawyer Joe Bahgat on his blog, The Sports & Entertainment Law Playbook
- The Tax-Time Savings Movement – Asset Opportunity Director and Shriver Center supervising attorney Karen Harris on The Shriver Brief
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