nbsp;The month may be coming to a close, but the week is starting off strong for the LexBlog Network. Posts today include updates from Jeff Blackwell on the BP oil spill litigation, and an analysis by Max Kennerly on what it means to sue someone under the guise of intellectual property law because they “stole your idea.”
- Are You Safe From Being ‘Electronically Discovered?’ – from Seattle-area marketer, David Kaufer on Teris’s Sophisticated Litigation Support Blog.
- Does Size Matter, When Identifying a “Trademark Bully”? – Winthrop & Weinstine shareholder Steve Baird on the firm’s Duets Blog.
- How to Meet or Exceed Your Client’s Expectations – Dallas, Texas legal consultant Cordell Parvin on his Law Consulting Blog.
- Secure and Insecure Countries. In Light Of Egypt. An Open Thread. – Seattle attorney Dan Harris on his firm’s blog China Law Blog.
- Episode 6 – What You Should Learn From Your Lawyer – Las Vegas personal injury lawyer Tim Titolo on the Brain & Spine Injury Law Blog.
- Connecticut Reaches Agreement with Google in Street View Investigation – from Hunton & Williams’s Privacy and Information Management Practice on their Privacy and Information Security Law Blog.
- College Hockey Players Accused of Wrongful Death Following Bar Altercation – Solomon & Relihan attorney Jesse Navarro on the firm’s Arizona Accident Information Law Blog.
- Hard Times for Hard Drives: The Washington Supreme Court Addresses the Public Records Act in the Digital Age – Seattle lawyer Alicia Feichtmeir on Foster Pepper’s Local Open Government Blog.
- Alabama Attorney General Fires Outside Counsel Suing BP – Huntsville, Alabama attorney Jeff Blackwell on his firm’s blog, Alabama Litigation Review.
- “They Stole My Idea” Doesn’t Always Amount To An Intellectual Property Lawsuit – Philadelphia lawyer Max Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial.
January 31, 2011