Quite a bounty of posts to pick from on this Wednesday, as a good number of our clients are producing quality content again today. At least one of the blogs highlighted below – Weintraub Genshlea Chediak’s IP Law Blog – hasn’t been seen in a LexBlogosphere news roundup for quite some time.
- We’re the government, and we’re here to copy – Blueport Co. v. United States – Sacramento attorney Scott Cameron of Weintraub Genshlea Chediak in the firm’s IP Law Blog
- Strickland urging compromise to Ohio Healthy Families Act ballot initiative before September 5 – Ohio lawyer Franck Wobst of Porter Wright Morris & Arthur in the firm’s Employer Law Report
- Senators hear testimony on reports finding politicized hiring at DOJ – The blogging constitutionalists at the American Constitution Society in their ACS Blog
- Trust. Earned, or there until lost? – Chicago attorney Patrick J. Lamb of Valorem Law Group at his blog, In Search of Perfect Client Service
- Harrisburg City Council proposes “life partnership registry” – Lancaster lawyer Roxanne Garner of Russell Krafft & Gruber in the firm’s Pennsylvania Employment Law Blog
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Arkansas holds stranded airline passenger has tort claims under state law – Brooks White at the Allen Law Firm in their Arkansas Business Litigation Blog
- Sweeping housing bill expected to become law – San Francisco attorney Dena Roche of O’Rielly & Roche in the firm’s California Consumer Finance Litigation Blog
- Texas sales & use tax: no Texas sales or use tax is due when a veterinarian purchases collar tags that are subsequently transferred to a dog owner as part of the animal vaccination process – Dallas lawyer Alan E. Sherman in his Texas State & Local Tax Law Blog
- Huge verdicts in employment cases – Iowa attorney Rush Nigut of Brick Gentry at his blog, Rush on Business
- Evidence from the wayback machine – Lancaster lawyer Patti Spencer in her Pennsylvania Fiduciary Litigation Blog
Also worth noting: The success stories keep on coming; we’ve got two to share today.
- Florida attorney Danny Meek – who runs the Pet Trust Law Blog – alerts readers today that his blog was recently mentioned in a San Francisco Chronicle article on pet trusts. You can view the full article here.
- The New York/Connecticut-based attorneys at Rogers & Tartaro, whose Business Litigation Blog has been featured in our LexBlogosphere posts on more than a few occasions, was featured in the Wall Street Journal’s Stories from Around the Web section yesterday.