oday was one of the bigger days we’ve seen on The LexBlog Network in a little bit as the total number posts comes to 159. From that total, we have a good holiday wish list from Steven Berk, insight on an interesting new law surrounding ‘virual assets’ in Oklahoma from Suzy Fanning and also some great highlights from the Network.
- The Corporate Observer 2010 Holiday Wishlist – Washington, DC lawyer Steven Berk on his blog, A Voice For Main Street
- What To Do About Too Many Calories for “Sedentary Young Children”? – Houston attorney David Oliver of Vorys on the firm’s blog, Mass Torts: State of the Art
- Foreign Fund Managers – Exemptions under the new Adviser’s Act – Seattle lawyer Asher Bearman of DLA Piper on The Venture Alley
- CDC Updates Annual Foodborne Illness Estimate From Major Known Pathogens – Seattle attorney Colin Caywood of Marler Clark on the firm’s Food Poison Journal
- “1984” Big Brother in the Workplace? – Marylee Abrams of Abrams & Schmidt on the firm’s Minnesota Labor & Employment Law Blog
- Exploring the Option of Liquor Licenses for Food Cart Owners – Portland lawyer Elaine Albrich of Stoel Rives on the firm’s Alcoholic Beverages Law Blog
- Your First Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanzza Since Divorce? Ugh. – Ontario attorney Brian Galbraith on his Ontario Family Law Blog
- Governor Patterson Signs Wage Theft Prevention Act – Albany, NY lawyer Nicholas Fusco of Bond, Schoeneck & King on the firm’s New York Labor and Employment Law Report
- Gawker Media Hack Highlights Our Terrible Password Practices – Philadelphia attorney Mark McCreary of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s Privacy Compliance & Data Security
- New law in Oklahoma addresses control of “virtual” assets – Ann Arbor lawyer Suzy Fanning of Garan Lucow Miller on the firm’s Michigan Probate & Estate Journal
LexBlog Network Highlights
Congratulations are in order as two LexBlog Network publications were named to the Top 25 Minnesota Blawgs for 2010. This comes as a result of great jobs by Marty Rosenbaum, author of ON Securities, and the team of attorneys at Winthrop & Weinsteine, who publish the excellent DuetsBlog.
Also, congratulations to Vincent LoTempio, whose LoTempio Law Blog celebrates its one year anniversary today. He’s done a fantastic job thus far and we look forward to seeing what the coming months and years hold.