It’s the end of the day on a Friday before a long weekend—yeah, time to get out of the office. But before we do, one more Top 10. And in addition, be sure to swing by LXBN as we explain why the sky isn’t falling in the world of net neutrality. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 181.
- Can you be liable for libel based on what you tweet on Twitter? Ask Courtney Love. – Winston-Salem attorney Robin Shea of Constangy on the firm’s blog, Employment & Labor Insider
- Haiti Quake Photos Case Offers Multiple Intriguing Issues and $1.2M Jury Award – Seattle intellectual property lawyer Tonya Gisselberg on her blog, Seattle Copyright Watch
- Punt, Pass, and Kicked Off The Team?: Potential Defamation Liabilities for Former Viking Chris KIuwe – Blue Bell attorney Aaron Weems of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s blog, Sports Law Scoreboard
- President Obama Calls for Major Changes in National Security Surveillance Programs – from Hunton & Williams’s Privacy and Information Management Practice on their Privacy and Information Security Law Blog
- In the Wake of Verizon v. FCC: How the FCC Can Achieve Net Neutrality and Save the Internet – Arlington, VA attorney Mitchell Lazarus of Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth on the firm’s CommLawBlog
- Ohio Execution of Dennis McGuire With 2-Drug Combo Results in 10 Minutes of Horror – Terry Lenamon and Reba Kennedy of Lenamon Law on their Death Penalty Law Blog
- When Anonymous Reviewers Have No Clothes – Randy Shaheen and Mark Goodrich of Venable on the firm’s blog, All About Advertising Law
- Mortgage Crisis Penalty for the Real Wolves of Wall Street Could Top $50 Billion – Stacia A. Wells and Philip R. Stein of Bilzin Sumberg on the firm’s Mortgage Crisis Watch
- The Death of Anonymity Courtesy of Facebook – Dallas non-compete attorney Rob Radcliff on his Smooth Transitions Law Blog
- The Impact of Peer Pressure on Workplace Ethics – Jerry Kalish of National Benefit Services on The Retirement Plan Blog
For more of the best, check out LXBN, a complete review of the top insight and commentary across the LexBlog Network.