With 136 posts to The LexBlog Network today, it’s getting more and more challenging to choose just ten posts to highlight. In one of the more interesting posts today, Shari Shapiro has some very well-researched insight on how an increase in green funding has led to more jobs per public dollar.
- City of Tough Love: The full Council must hear testimony – Seattle lawyer Will Patton of Foster Pepper on the firm’s Local Open Government Blog
- You’d Better Have A Real Expert If You Are Making A Malpractice Claim In The Business Court – Greensboro attorney Mack Sperling of Brooks Pierce at his blog, the North Carolina Business Litigation Report
- Former US Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens Writes Against the Death Penalty in New York Review of Books – Criminal law lawyer Terry Lenamon blog on his blog, Terry Lenamon on the Death Penalty
- FCC Adopts Notice of Proposed Rulemaking Looking to Reallocate Some TV Spectrum to Wireless Broadband – Washington, D.C. attorney David Oxenford of Davis Wright Tremaine in the firm’s Broadcast Law Blog
- Green Is Good–Stimulus Shows More Green Funding Means More Jobs Per Public Dollar – Philadelphia LEED AP Shari Shapiro on her Green Building Law Blog
- Nursing Homes Can Avoid Lawsuits By Properly Doing Their Jobs – Chicago lawyer Jonathan Rosenfeld of Strellis & Field’s on his Nursing Homes Abuse Blog
- City Passes Ban on Happy Meals- Can You Guess Which City? – Philadelphia attorney Sean Wajert of Dechert LLP at his Mass Tort Defense Blog
- Legal Marketing: Tracking Your Efforts – Legal marketing expert Paula Black on her In Black and White blog
- California allows "driver cams" starting in 2011 – White Plains lawyer Joseph Lazzarotti of Jackson Lewis on the firm’s Workplace Privacy, Data Management & Security Report
- Direct Mail Solicitation After An Accident Or Speeding Ticket: Good Or Bad? – Philadelphia attorney Stuart Carpey of Kreithen Baron & Carpey on his blog, Pennsylvania Injury Law Report
LexBlog Network Highlights
Dan Schwartz’s great post on the potential for drunk behavior at office Christmas parties leading to serious sexual harassment claims was highlighted in both the ABA Journal and on Above The Law. Excellent work.