Mesothelioma lawyers don’t have the best reputation. That’s just the way things are. But it isn’t helping things when the Wall Street Journal criticizes them for donating to mesothelioma research, as Max Kennerly notes today. Also, on LXBN TV today, Marylee Abrams explains lessons employers can learn from the Ann Curry saga at The Today Show.
- Ninth Circuit Opens The Door To Recharacterization Of Debt As Equity – San Francisco attorney Bob Eisenbach of Cooley Godward at the firm’s In The (Red) Business Bankruptcy Blog
- The SEC Does Not Care about Your FINRA Document Request – Raleigh attorney David Smyth of Brooks Pierce on their blog, Cady Bar the Door
- Legal Business Development: Do this & never compete on price again – Business development strategist Julie Fleming of Lexinnova on her blog, innovate
- Facebook Jumps Into the Political Fray – Patrick Maines, president of The Media Institute, at the Institute’s Media & Communications Policy Blog
- Senator Rockefeller Places Royal Caribbean & Norwegian Cruise Line Under the Microscope: Will Cruise CEO’s Fain and Sheehan Be Honest? – Miami attorney Jim Walker of Walker & O’Neill on his blog, Cruise Law News
- When Women Answer the Call to Leadership – Los Angeles attorney, mediator, negotiator, and consultant Victoria Pynchon on her Negotiation Law Blog
- Cyber Theft Bill Introduced by Bipartisan Group of Senators – Washington, DC lawyer Kristen Eichensehr of Covington & Burling on the firm’s blog, Inside Privacy
- Fracking Stymied on Federal Lands in California – Dallas lawyer Charles Sartain of Looper Reed & McGraw on Energy And The Law
- Will Privacy Trump a Families’ Right to Protect Their Loved Ones in Nursing Homes? – Chicago lawyer Jonathan Rosenfeld of Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers on his blog, Child Injury Laws
- WSJ Blames Mesothelioma Lawyers For Donating To Mesothelioma Research – Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
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