oday’s posts on the LexBlog Network are an eclectic mix of case studies, regulatory updates, and business advice. My personal favorites include an examination of an independent contractor case by Mark Tabakman, and Russell Jackson has an amusing take on an environmental group’s new legal strategy. Enjoy!
- Tester: Small Farms Won with Food Safety Exemption – Washington, D.C. reporter Helena Bottemiller on Food Safety News.
- Law Firm Marketing by Getting Referrals – Chicago-based business development advisor Larry Bodine on the Larry Bodine Law Marketing Blog.
- Hey McStupid, That’s What She Said! – Des Moines attorney Steve Lombardi on his firm’s blog, The Iowa Edict.
- Regarding Employee as “Paranoid” and “Irrational” Not Enough To Satisfy ADA (at least pre-ADAAA) – Hartford lawyer Daniel Schwartz on his blog, Connecticut Employment Law Blog.
- Note to Activists: Bring Back the Polar Bears, Please! – New York attorney Russell Jackson of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP on his blog, Consumer Class Actions & Mass Torts.
- U.S Joins Suit Against For-Profit College Chain – by Audrey Rounds, Los Angeles marketing and public relations coordinator at Khorrami Pollard & Abir, on the firm’s blog Consumer Advocate Legal Update.
- Fake Bin Laden Death Videos Contain Malware That Steals PII – New York lawyer Gerald Ferguson on Baker Hostetler’s Data Privacy Monitor.
- World’s Tiniest Guitar and Images – Washington, D.C. attorney Helen Kim of Porter Wright on the firm’s Nanotechnology Law Report blog.
- Conflict Resolution: Lessons from Environmental Lawyers – Atlanta lawyer Charles (Chet) Tisdale on the ACOEL (American College of Environmental Lawyers) blog.
- Strippers Are (Again) Found Not To Be Independent Contractors – Roseland, New Jersey attorney Mark Tabakman of Fox Rothschild on their Wage & Hour – Developments & Highlights blog.
May 5, 2011