Here’s Wednesdays Top 10 in Law Blogs:
- Will Apple’s Gloomy Tax Penalty Have a International, Silver Lining? – Our own Zosha Millman publishes another story on the LexBlog Network, this time about Apple’s tax penalty.
- Spectrum Auction Update: An FCC Victory in Court, But Disappointing Forward Bidding Sends Auction to Stage 2 – Anne Goodwin Crump writes on the CommLawBlog for Fletcher Heald & Hildreth
- FDA Announces November Public Hearing on Off-Label Communications: An Important Step Forward or a Signal that FDA is Headed Back to the Drawing Board? – Amy K. Dow writes on the Health Law Advisor.
- Ninth Circuit Holds That SOX Disgorgement of Incentive Compensation Does Not Depend on Executives’ Own Misconduct – Jonathan Richman of Proskauer Rose writes on Corporate Defense and Disputes.
- Japan and Africa: turning a new page – Witney Schneidman of Covington & Burling writes on Cov Africa.
- Scheduled Flights to Cuba Resume After More Than 50 Years – Cortney Morgan of Husch Blackwell writes on Technology, Manufacturing & Transportation Industry Insider.
- The Federal Aviation Administration’s De Facto Drone Privacy Standards – Lisa Ellman and Jared Bomberg of Hogan Lovells write on Chronicle of Data Protection.
- Marijuana Money – Robert McVay writes on Harris Moure’s Canna Law Blog.
- How to Avoid Discrimination in Hiring, While Complying with Export Laws – Ashley Mendoza and Alfredo Fernandex guest blog on the Connecticut Employment Law Blog.