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Supreme Court considers validity of cancer gene patents

As I’ve said numerous times, including in yesterday’s roundup, it is Supreme Court season both in Washington, DC and on LexBlog Network as our members have been on a tear when it comes to providing detailed analysis of major decisions. It’s impossible for me to accurately describe, so do go visit LXBN’s Supreme Court section… Continue Reading

SEC’s guidance on social media and the new NLRB appointees are trending on LXBN this week

Social media in a corporate setting, and the National Labor Relations Board—yep, those are both right in the LexBlog Network’s wheelhouse. It should come as no surprise then that each of these two stories have generated the most conversation on LXBN this week.  Last week, the Seecurities and Exchange Commission released guidance on social media use… Continue Reading

Same-sex marriage and other Supreme Court cases dominated LXBN this week

As I’ve remarked in a number of introductions to Top 10 roundups, LXBN members have grown increasingly more impressive in their ability to provide quick and strong analysis on the U.S. Supreme Court. This week may mark the Network’s strongest period ever for such coverage as we’ve seen a remarkable level of commentary on a… Continue Reading

Trending on LXBN: Sequestration, HTC settles with FTC and U.S. Steel Corp involved in two interesting cases

Sequestration negotiations have, of course, been big in the national news as of late and it’s no different on the LexBlog Network. In our other two trending topics we have the usual FTC privacy settlement with a technology company and the U.S. Steel Corporation being involved in two peculiar but interesting cases. Sequestration Negotiations have… Continue Reading

Trending on LXBN: Obama's Second Term & the Law, Hurricane Sandy Recovery, NLRB on At-Will Employment, California Cap and Trade

Though we missed this post last week, we return once again to examine the most-discussed topics on LXBN this week. The first two subjects here have been grounds for discussion going on close to a month now but the commentary remains strong. With the latter two, the NLRB on At-Will Employment and California’ Cap and… Continue Reading