Top 10 in Law Blogs: Drone Regulation, Google Glass, Retaliation


President Obama’s privacy push continues to be a big, big topic—but we’re also seeing efforts on the state level too, with Jill Valenstein highlighting those. Also, John Delaney has an excellent piece on the downfall of Google Glass. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 216. President Obama Seeks to Strengthen and Clarify Cybercrime Law … Continue Reading

What a great time to be a lawyer

Aric Press

After 16 years, veteran journalist, Aric Press (@aricpress), is leaving ALM (f/k/a American Lawyer Media). Press served as the Editor in Chief of The American Lawyer and later, Senior Vice President, Editor in Chief of ALM. Yesterday, in a wonderful piece entitled, Big Law and Me (reg req’ed), Press reflected on the past 16 years … Continue Reading

Top 10 in Law Blogs: Skilled Immigration Reform, International Sanctions, Design for Law


No subject continues to be discussed more on the LexBlog Network than President Obama’s privacy initiatives—and we have a post on that in today’s Top 10 as well. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 167. From FitBit to Quitbit: The Role of Federal Agencies and Consumer Electronics – Washington, DC lawyer Chip Yorkgitis of … Continue Reading

Are legal technology companies ready for bloggers at LegalTech 2015?


You can tell it’s LegalTech time again. By LegalTech I am referring to ALM’s LegalTech Show in New York City the first week in February. It is the largest and, arguably, the most important legal technology show of the year. The show brings together lawyers, corporate leaders, legal technology companies, large consulting companies and law … Continue Reading

Top 10 in Law Blogs: Super Bowl Trademarks, Transgender Rights, and News Gathering Drones

The news continues to roll out about President Obama’s goals to tackle cyber-security and privacy, with eyes now looking towards the State of the Union address. Zosha also had a post up on why Perkins Coie is stepping in to defend women’s rights against Wisconsin’s so called “cocaine mom law.” Beware of the Trademark and Copyright Issues in … Continue Reading

Top 10 in Law Blogs: Obama’s Privacy Priorities, Cybersecurity Liability, Whistleblower SCOTUS Case


In news that’s generating a bit of buzz, word is leaking out that President Obama will make privacy and cybersecurity a big priority in tomorrow’s State of the Union address. Hogan Lovells has the details. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 209. The White House Pushes Privacy and Data Security in Advance of the … Continue Reading