Today is July 31, 2007, and we’ve got clear skies and sunshine here in Seattle. These are some of the conversations taking place in the LexBlogosphere this morning:
- Doug Farry and the rest of McKenna Long & Aldridge’s blogging lawyers update their RFID Law Blog with a roundup of the past week’s RFID news, linking out to various other RFID-related blogs and articles.
- In the Connecticut Education Law Blog, attorney Thomas Carroll announces a DMV public hearing in Waterbury to clear up the mass confusion surrounding certain Connecticut student transportation laws. Tom is an associate at Berchem, Moses & Devlin, P.C.
- Stan V. Jezierski at the Colorado Homeowners Association Law Blog shows the potential risks a Homeowners Association faces when cashing checks that have been marked "Paid In Full."
- Working with employee references is a difficult task, as Michael Moore of Russell, Krafft & Gruber LLP points out in the Pennsylvania Employment Law Blog, where he provides valuable information and tips on how to do references right.
- The New York Divorce Report, published by attorney Daniel E. Clement, provides links and commentary on the increased likelihood of future divorce among children whose parents themselves were divorced.