Writers are always at their best when they’re writing on a subject on which they are truly passionate. It’s become clear that Tom Crane, a veteran himself, is passionate about supporting the troops back home—and he writes an exceptional piece on that today. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 171.
- We Support the Troops, Usually But Not Always – Texas attorney Tom Crane on his San Antonio Employment Law Blog
- Recent Developments in California Drone Law – Orange County lawyer Donald Wagner of Buchalter Nemer on the Aviation and Airport Development Law blog
- Is The “Poor Door” Closed? Not Yet. But The Proposal is Changing. And Will Likely Change Some More. – Philadelphia lawyer Scott Badami of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s blog, Fair Housing Defense
- What Broadcasters Don’t Know About Political Advertisers Can’t Hurt Them (At Least With the FCC) – Kathleen A. Kirby, Eve K. Reed and Ari Meltzer of Wiley Rein on the firm’s blog, Wiley on Media
- Despite First Amendment concerns, the conflict minerals rule is here to stay – Ft. Lauderdale lawyer Gregory Bader of Gunster on the firm’s blog, The Securities Edge
- Marijuana Bankruptcy? Think Again – Seattle lawyer Hilary Bricken of Harris Moure’s Canna Law Group on the firm’s Canna Law Blog
- Why Binding Safe Processor Rules Are Key to Global Privacy – London lawyer Eduardo Ustaran in Hogan Lovells’ blog, Chronicle of Data Protection
- Hostile Doesn’t Mean MEAN: Understanding Employment Law – Joshua M. Davis, Kevin P. O’Flaherty and Jennifer Furey of Ghoulston & Storrs on the firm’s blog, Retail Law Advisor
- What to Watch in the World of D&O – Ohio attorney Kevin LaCroix of RT ProExec in his blog, The D & O Diary
- Stress-induced racism – really? – London lawyer David Whincup of Squire Sanders Patton Boggs on the firm’s blog, Employment Law Worldview
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