There is no better way to finish the week than wrapping up work and then heading down to the ballpark. But before I do, our last Top 10 of the week. In her usual Friday column, Robin Shea has some comments on this suit by the EEOC saying telecommuting may be a reasonable accommodation. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 166.
- Telecommuting as reasonable accommodation? Sure, but not in this case -Winston-Salem attorney Robin Shea of Constangy on the firm’s blog, Employment & Labor Insider
- Minnesota Court Finds Energy and Environmental Carbon Dioxide Standards Unconstitutional – Philadelphia attorney Linda Evers of Stevens & Lee on the firm’s blog, Smart Grid Legal News
- Arizona Supreme Court rules Marijuana Metabolite not a DUI – Phoenix lawyer Vladimir Gagic on his blog, the Arizona Criminal Law & Sex Crimes Post
- Improving In-Building Wireless Reception: Property Owners Are Not the Enemy – C. Douglas Jarrett of Keller and Heckman in Beyond Telecom Law Blog
- NCAA Board Endorses More Autonomy For Five Largest Conferences – Shawn N. Butte and Gregg E. Clifton of Jackson Lewis on the firm’s Collegiate & Professional Sports Law Blog
- Mind the Gap: The Marketing and Business Development Chief – LawVision Group Principal Silvia Coulter on their blog, LawVision Insights
- Are Super PACs Finally Allowed in New York? – Craig Ready* and Ron Jacobs of Venable on the firm’s blog, Political Law Briefing
- 4 Flaws That Sabotage The Average Business Development Effort – McGlinchey Stafford Chief Marketing Officer Eric Fletcher on his blog, Marketing Brain Fodder
- E-Cigs “Deemed” Tobacco Under New FDA Proposed Rule – Miami attorney Jennifer Diaz of Becker & Poliakoff on the firm’s blog, Customs & International Trade Law Blog
- Top 10 Most Dangerous Cruise Destinations in the World – Miami attorney Jim Walker of Walker & O’Neill on his blog, Cruise Law News
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