Today, we have some interesting posts that should be of use to potential clients and normal individuals, not simply lawyers. We have a post by Bryan Fears on the 10 things an attorney hates to hear and another interesting read on where age discrimination might be going.
- American Clean Energy Leadership Act’s National Energy Efficiency Code Easier On States – Philadelphia LEED AP Shari Shapiro on her Green Building Law Blog
- Previously Opened Emails Stored for Less than 181 Days in Web-Based Account May be Obtained by Trial Subpoena – David Bowerman of K&L Gates on the firm’s Electronic Discovery Law blog
- Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Finds That Individual Managers Of A Bankrupt Corporation Can Be Held Liable for Employees’ Unpaid Wages – The blogging lawyers and attorneys at Sheppard Mullin on their Labor & Employment Law Blog
- Who Needs a Criminal Lawyer? A Warning for Alabama Residents Accused of Sex Crimes – Alabama attorney Steven Eversole on his Birmingham Criminal Defense Blog
- Diane Levin Hits Mediator Credentialing Out of the Ballpark – Lawyer-mediator Victoria Pynchon in her Settle It Now Negotiation Blog
- More on Where Age Discrimination Is Going – Somerville attorney Frank Steinberg in his New Jersey Employment Law Blog
- A Full Five Person FCC – What’s Next For Broadcasters? – Washington, D.C. lawyer David Oxenford of Davis Wright Tremaine in the firm’s Broadcast Law Blog
- Drafting Effective Workplace Performance Documentation – Fort Worth attorney Russell Cawyer of Kelly Hart & Hallman on the firm’s Texas Employment Law Update
- Top Ten Things Your Bankruptcy Attorney Hates To Hear – Dallas lawyer Bryan Fears of Fears Nachawati on the firm’s Texas Bankruptcy Blog
Also worth noting: Reed Smith’s blog, Renewable + Law, was cited on the Wall Street Journal’s Environmental Capital blog yesterday for Blair Smith’s post on the EPA’s positive interest in algae. Well done!