The Associated Press blew a huge opportunity to use baseball bloggers by deciding to use bots to report minor league baseball games.
Before you go headfirst into another three-day weekend, check out these new blogs hitting the Network this week that are bound to be just as hot as the summer we’re having. And then have a happy Fourth!
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Happy Canada Day! Here’s Friday’s Top 10 featuring some LXBN original content and a few quirky topics.
- Persuader Rule Won’t Be Arriving Today After All – LexBlog’s Zosha Millman looks into the reasons as to why this policy was halted
A lawyer from Wyoming asked me this morning, “LinkedIn group or Facebook?” Which would I suggest for a group of international lawyers who he met at a conference recently to use for staying in touch, collaborating, exchanging ideas and maybe …
Here’s Thursday’s top 10 featuring a little bit of everything, and only one Brexit related item.
- Is the Jury Out on Whether the Jury can be Brought Back In? – Daniel Desatnik of Proskaur Rose looks into the unique case
Today, we have a few stories on industry pioneers as well as some tips on becoming one yourself. Take a look at this week’s Top 10 posts from the LexBlog network.
Tuesday’s Top 10 features a good variety of items, but if there is one story you should check out, it is Melissa Hunter Smith’s reflection on Pat Summitt and the impact she had on others.
Well it’s Monday already, and the United Kingdom really is leaving the European Union. A few law blogs take a deep dive into the potential problems Brexit will have on intellectual property in Europe.
And so ends a flurry of a week in the legal news world. Between SCOTUS, elections, and Brexit-ing it’s really been a whirlwind of a week for blawggers. But before you head into a weekend of pride, fun, and relaxation, …
Well hot dog, we got ourselves a Brexit! There’s plenty of news coming down the pipeline on what that means both for various industries and everyone else. Our own Christopher Rachal has put together a little video about the implications …