It is a sad day in Seattle, as today we found out that the NBA will not be returning to our city—but congratulations to Kings fans and Sacramentans on our network for keeping their team. In the roundup, have a look at Derek Allen’s quick post on an interesting lawsuit over who owns memes.
- Can Lawyers have a Conscience and Does Anybody Really Want That? – California attorney Keith Davidson of Albertson & Davidson on their Albertson & Davidson Post
- Health Care Reform Implementation Update – May 15, 2013 – Mark Alderman, Chairman of Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies on their blog, The Hott Button
- To Be Or Not To Be An Independent Contractor – Texas lawyer Tom Crane on his San Antonio Employment Law Blog
- Treasury Inspector General to IRS: Yes, That Was Wrong – David Shaw and Kevin Shortill of Covington & Burling on the firm’s blog, InsidePoliticalLaw
- Are The Legal Rules For User Generated Content Becoming More Nuanced? – Houston attorney Travis Crabtree of Looper Reed & McGraw on his blog, eMedia Law Insider
- Memes Attack – Minneapolis lawyer Derek Allen of Winthrop Weinstein on their Duets Blog
- The Impact of Divorce on Children’s Costs for Higher Education – Spartanburg attorney J. Benjamin Stevens of The Stevens Firm on their South Carolina Family Law Blog
- Never Trust A Vampire Squid: Merger Clauses & Fraudulent Inducement – Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
- Who Just Might Be the Most Important Person in Your Office? – Dallas, Texas lawyer coach Cordell Parvin on the Cordell Parvin Blog
- A Unique Point of View is HUGE for Building Online Reach and Social Spread – LexBlog President Kevin McKeown on his blog, Leadership Close Up
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