ack from what was truly an excellent weekend, we had 143 posts on The LexBlog Network today. From that group, we have quite the breadth of coverage as topics discussed include the trademark behind “March Madness”, a combined business and matrimonial divorce, an HOA fraud scheme and a good rundown of 10 crucial things employers and employees should know about social media. Great stuff.
- FCC’s New Rules for Rural AM and FM Radio Service Make Waves but Miss the Mark – Washington, DC attorney David O’Neil of Rini Coran on the firm’s TelecomMediaTech Law Blog
- 10 Things Employers And Employees Should Know About Social Media – Los Angeles lawyers Pilar Morin and Elizabeth Arce of Liebert Cassidy Whitmore on the firm’s California Public Agency Labor and Employment Blog
- Libel in Fiction and Video Games: Will This Be The Next Litigation Front? – Washington DC attorney Drew Boortz of Reed Smith on the firm’s blog, Developing Concerns
- Federal Probe Into HOA Fraud Scheme in Nevada – Who would have thunk it?! – Denver, CO lawyer Molly Foley-Healey of Winzenburg, Leff, Purvis & Payne on the firm’s Colorado Homeowners Association Law Blog
- Online Privacy in the Open – Who Cares About the Faux Fight? – Philadelphia attorney Scott Vernick of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s blog, Privacy Compliance & Data Security
- Sometimes it’s good not to be in the aircraft leasing business – Dallas lawyer Alan E. Sherman in his Texas State & Local Tax Law Blog
- Court Decision Weds Business Divorce with Matrimonial Divorce – New York attorney Peter A. Mahler of Farrell Fritz in his New York Business Divorce Blog
- South Carolina Court Certifies Race Discrimination Action – Cleveland lawyer Greg Mersol of Baker Hostetler on the firm’s Employment Class Action Blog
- Reconciling Agreement Terms: Using “Unemancipated Child” May Have Unintended Consequences – NY attorney Neil Cahn on his blog, Divorce: New York
- Is it Madness to Say “March Madness” On the Air? – The Trademark Issue – Washington, D.C. lawyer David Silverman on Davis Wright Tremaine’s Broadcast Law Blog
LexBlog Network Highlights
LexBlog Network author and Cozen O’Connor attorney Dave Walton had an excellent post last week on how a trial lawyer’s stutter could actually help win a case. The insight, which was inspired by The King’s Speech and appeared as a guest post on Hayes Hunt’s From The Sidebar, was then featured on Above The Law—arguably the post popular law blog out there. Very cool.