t was a busy day on The LexBlog Network as Monday sees an impressive 174 posts come across the wire. As a highlight, everyone should check out the note under the LexBlog Network Highlights as Kevin LaCroix’s insight provides great guidance and perspective for fellow legal bloggers.
- Supreme Court Justices Seem Skeptical of Vermont Law Restricting Use of Prescriber-Identifiable Data – Washington, DC lawyer Anna Kraus of Covington & Burling on the firm’s blog, Inside Privacy
- Public Access Issues Under The Shoreline Management Act – Seattle attorney John Lenker of Mikkelborg Broz Wells Fryer on the firm’s blog, Seattle Maritime Law
- Federal Circuit Provides New Rules for Post Injunction Contempt Proceedings in TiVo v. EchoStar – Newark lawyer Thomas Bean of Gibbons on the firm’s IP Law Alert
- Technology, The Workplace and Bin Laden – Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Pullman & Comley in his Connecticut Employment Law Blog
- Employee Rights Short Takes: Wage Discrimination, Paternity Leave, Disability Discrimination And More – Ohio and Arizona lawyer Ellen Simon on her blog, Employee Rights Post
- Sony Mega-Breach Spotlights Data “Security” Myths – Boston attorney Michele Whitham of Foley Hoag on the firm’s blog, Security, Privacy and the Law
- Vacation and Sick Leave Time Not Divided During Divorce – Denver lawyer Steven Johnston of Pryor Johnson Carney Karr Nixon on his blog, Colorado Family Law Matters
- $500,000 Bench Trial Verdict Against City of Jackson in Case Where Police Officers Were Having Sexual Relations with Minor who was Murdered – Jackson, Mississippi attorney Philip Thomas on the blog Mississippi Litigation Review and Commentary
- FTC Requests Comments on Guidelines for Advertising Unhealthy Foods to Children – Washington, D.C. lawyer David Oxenford of Davis Wright Tremaine in the firm’s Broadcast Law Blog
- Lidle Jury Won’t Learn of NTSB’s Conclusion as to Cause of Crash – San Mateo attorney Mike Danko on his Aviation Law Monitor
LexBlog Network Highlights
Congratulations to Kevin LaCroix of The D&O Diary as his publication closes in on its five-year anniversary. What he’s done over the past half-decade is pretty remarkable—knocking out several posts per week, all very engaging and in-depth. Today he offers a great look back at what blogging has meant to him.