It was quite the day on The LexBlog Network as we saw a staggering 178 posts come across the wire. We have a wide range of excellent commentary on subjects ranging from a vacation thwarting an FMLA claim to the relationship between insurance agents and their customers. Looking past the posts though, be sure to check out the LexBlog Network Highlights as well.
- Lidle Judge Keeps Evidence Out; Jury Rules for Cirrus – San Mateo lawyer Mike Danko on his Aviation Law Monitor
- Does the Risk Of Frivolous Law Suits Justify Shifting the Risk of Paying the Other Parties Legal Fees? – Minneapolis attorney Gavin Craig on his Twin Cities Business Litigation Blog
- IaaS, SaaS, PaaS: Too Many Choices – Which Is Best for You – Illinois lawyer Sam Conforti on his blog, Software Licensing & Master Service Agreements
- Why Do I Need To Do A Sworn Financial Statement? – Ontario attorney Brian Galbraith on his Ontario Family Law Blog
- Overtime Pay For Off-Duty Cell Phone Calls And Text Messages? Maybe! – Los Angeles lawyer Jeffrey Freedman of Liebert Cassidy Whitmore on the firm’s California Public Agency Labor & Employment Blog
- The Revolving Door: Barclay’s Nabs Another High Ranking Fed Official — Brian Madigan – Washington, DC attorney Steven Berk on his blog, The Corporate Observer
- I Am John Roberts and So Can You, Part II: Oral Argument – Roanoke appellate lawyer Jay O’Keeffe of Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore on his blog, De Novo
- Classic Cases – General Telephone Company of the Southwest v. Falcon – McLean, Virginia attorney Andrew Trask, of McGuire Woods, on the blog Class Action Countermeasures
- Employee’s FMLA Claim Dismissed After Taking a Trip to Cancun – Chicago lawyer Jeffrey Nowak of Franczek Radelet on the firm’s blog, FMLA Insights
- Insurance Brokers/Agents and Their Customers: Not the Relationship You Might Have Expected – Los Angeles attorney Bob McKennon of McKennon Schindler on the firm’s California Insurance Litigation Blog
LexBlog Network Highlights
We have two authors today who deserve a tip of the cap. First, congratulations to Dan Clement of the New York Divorce Report for having his post on divorce tax tips featured in the Huffington Post. And second, to Angel Reyes for once again being featured on Fox News—this time on whether or not Harold Camping’s followers can sue him.