It has been almost exclusively grey skies here in Seattle recently. And although we probably shouldn’t expect much different living in the Pacific Northwest, you could almost hear the city’s heart sink when folks opened their copy of The Seattle Times this morning and saw Christina Siderius’ article predicting another two weeks of dark days.
Today is August 8, and LexBlog clients are already hard at work blogging. Here is a roundup:
- Anthony Zaller at the California Labor & Employment Defense Blog clarifies the difference between employees and independent contractors, using a recent FedEx as an example.
- In Juvan’s Health Law Update, a breaking D.C. Court of Appeals decision on experimental medication is highlighted by attorney Jayne Juvan.
- The Law For Life Blog is a recent launch here at LexBlog, and the attorneys from Gosselin & Associates are actively carving out their space in the blogosphere. Today’s post comes from John Gosselin, who ponders on speaking to the dead.
- In Texas, the Legislature has enacted more than 300 changes to the Texas Family Code. Shannon Cavers details one of these – when child support duties terminate in the state’s eyes – in her Divorce & Family Law Attorney Blog.
- John A. Day, a Tennessee lawyer with Day & Blair Attorneys, looks at recent legislature supporting transparency in the medical field in his Day On Torts Law Blog.