Tonight begins the closure of Interstate 5 making headlines around the Puget Sound, which is expected to snarl traffic throughout the region until August 29. Good luck to all you local LexBlog clients as you try to navigate through the impending mess. Lucky folks like me – those who walk everywhere – won’t have to deal with the added headache.
Meanwhile, elsewhere in the LexBlogosphere:
- Fashion law is a hot item in the U.S. Senate, according to the blogging lawyers at Sheppard Mullin, who provide an update on Senate Bill 1957 – the Design Piracy Prohibition Act – in their Fashion & Apparel Law Blog.
- Cathy Corns, one of our bloggers from the English accounting firm Mercer & Hole, highlights the difference between tax relief rules on corporation tax and inheritance tax in the SME Plus Blog.
- Continuing his tips feature that is "running most Fridays" in From Greg’s Head, PKF Texas’ Greg Price provides an example of a KPI.
- David Swanner at the South Carolina Trial Law Blog ponders on a software engineering book he is reading while answering the question, "How does a case get a year behind?"
- In the Over Reg’d Blog, Lindquist & Vennum’s Chris Grgurich shows that the SEC plans to analyze investment banks to see whether they have accurately reported subprime losses.
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