Updates in the LexBlogosphere continued to flow at a higher rate than usual today, which is surprising, considering that August is traditionally a month known for vacation time.
Today’s entries work to prove that wrong:
- D. Hardison Wood at the North Carolina Product Liability Blog provides a personal account of a defendant’s first day in court on a misdemeanor motor vehicle death charge.
- In the Retirement Plan Blog, National Benefit Services Inc.’s Jerry Kalish gives an overview of S corporations, owner compensation and qualified retirement plans.
- From our English clients at the accounting firm Mercer & Hole, we see a comparison – provided by Cathy Corns in the SME Plus Blog – between charitable donations in cash versus property.
- A new nanotechnology group called the National Institute for Nano-Engineering (NINE) was recently formed, and attorney Michael E. Heintz in the Nanotechnology Law Report has got an overview of the types of work they’ll be doing.
- Molly Foley-Healy of Hindman Sanchez comments in their blog HOA Legi-Slate about the recent California Court of Appeals’ ruling on disclosure & transfer fees applied by management companies in the Golden State.
Don’t forget to keep those LexBlogosphere e-mail submissions coming. I try to include a diverse selection of the day’s most interesting posts, but it is always a good idea to send me your updates the same day they’ve published if you think they contain news worth sharing.