Some days the best coverage on the LexBlog Network is dominated by one practice area. Today, it’s employment law. Keelin Curran has an interesting post on the recently passed law requiring all Seattle employers to provide paid sick leave to their employees. Meanwhile, Tom Crane, Michael Schmidt, and Christopher McKinney chime in with their respective musings on employment law.
- Employment Lawsuits Require Some Emotional Distance – Texas lawyer Tom Crane on his San Antonio Employment Law Blog
- Age Discrimination: EEOC Sues Texas Roadhouse – San Antonio attorney Christopher McKinney of The Mckinney Law Firm on his Texas Employment Law Blog
- The A to Z of Healthcare Data Breaches – New York lawyer Theodore Kobus III of Baker Hostetler on the firm’s Data Privacy Monitor
- Citigroup and the SEC, Judge Rakoff Has a Few Questions for You – Ohio attorney Kevin LaCroix of OakBridge Insurance Services in his blog, The D & O Diary
- Busy Without a Boss – CFPB Gets Cranking – The blogging lawyers and attorneys of Blank Rome Government Relations on the firm’s blog, Financial Reform Watch
- Mandatory Paid Sick Leave Law Passed in Seattle – Seattle attorney Keelin Curran on Stoel Rives on the firm’s blog, World of Employment
- Some Sobering Statistics About Today’s Job Market – Management consultant Cliff Mintz of BioInsights Inc. at his Bio Job Blog
- From Frogger To Avatar – The New World – New York attorney Michael Schmidt of Cozen O’Connor on the Social Media Employment Law Blog
- Off Label Drug Use Should Be Regulated For Patient Safety – Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
- Six Ways To Gain Rhetorical Advantage in Class Actions – Virginia attorney Andrew Trask of McGuireWoods on the firm’s blog, Class Action Countermeasures
Also, be sure to check out the latest installment of LXBN TV, as David Navetta explains the finer points of the decision in the Hannaford Bros. data breach case that has been getting attention on the LexBlog Network as of late.