ecause yesterday afternoon ended up being quite busy, we’re just now getting to Wednesday’s look back at the Network’s best posts. Within that bunch, Santiago Cuego breaks down registering your intellectual property in a foreign country, Megan Connolly alerts us to the existence of drive-thru funerals and Gregg Clifton comments on the labor peace in Major League Baseball.
- How Do I Register My Patent, Trademark or Copyright in a Foreign Country? – Florida lawyer Santiago Cueto of Cueto Law Group on his blog International Business Law Advisor
- Wells Fargo Overtime Class Action Filed – Long Beach attorney Walter Haines of United Employees Law Group on the firm’s blog, The California Employee Advocate
- RFID Tags – The Invisible Threat – Corporate Pavel Nikolaev of Charles Griffin Intelligence on the firm’s blog, The Ethical Investigator
- Early MLB Agreements Bode Well For Future Labor Peace – Phoenix lawyer Gregg Clifton of Jackson Lewis on the firm’s Collegiate & Professional Sports Law Blog
- New Philadelphia Ordinance Restricts Employer Inquiries About Applicants’ Criminal Convictions – Harrisburg, PA attorney Kelley Kaufman of McNees Wallave & Nurick on the firm’s Pennsylvania Labor & Employment Blog
- The Designer of Everyone’s Favorite Red Heeled Shoes Sues to Protect His Empire – Minneapolis lawyer Tiffany Blofield of Winthrop & Weinstine on the firm’s Duets Blog
- Tenants in Common and Bankruptcy: A Dessert From Hell – Dallas attorney Keith Mullen of Winstead on the firm’s blog, Tough Time for Lenders
- A Closer Look at Litigation Funding and the “Loser Pays” Model – Ohio lawyer Kevin LaCroix of OakBridge Insurance Services in his blog, The D & O Diary
- Too Busy to Say Good-Bye? Try a Drive-Thru Funeral – Toronto attorney Megan Connolly of Connolly Law on her blog, Toronto Estates & Trusts Monitor
- FCC Makes Clear It Doesn’t Regulate Formats – Rejects Petition Against Sale of Noncommercial Station – Washington, D.C. lawyer David Oxenford of Davis Wright Tremaine in the firm’s Broadcast Law Blog
LexBlog Network Highlights
Congratulations to New Jersey attorney Michael Quiat, author of Quiat of Claims, as he authored his 100th post yesterday. To celebrate the milestone, he looks back at a few of his best posts thus far. Very cool to see.
April 21, 2011