We’re back at it for the week leading up to Christmas—are you? Of course you are, as the number of posts on the LexBlog Network hit 166 today. My favorite story of the day comes from William McGrath, one that made me say "finally!" after reading just the title.
- Business and Human Rights: A Convergence of Expectations – Washington, DC attorney Sarah Altschuller of Foley Hoag on the firm’s blog, Corporate Social Responsibility and the Law
- Appropriations Bill Includes Regulatory Constraints on DOL, NLRB – Washington, DC attorney Ilyse Schuman of Littler on the firm’s blog, Washington, DC Employment Law Update
- ACLU Petitions For Supreme Court Review in the “Gene Patent” Case – Silicon Valley lawyer Antoinette Konski of Foley & Lardner on the firm’s blog, Personalized Medicine Bulletin
- The Taxability of Spousal Maintenance Payments: a Subject of Inconsistent Court Decisions – NY lawyer Neil Cahn on his blog, Divorce: New York
- Department of Interior at Odds With National Labor Relations Board Over NLRA Application to Indian Tribes – New York lawyer Seth Borden of McKenna Long & Aldridge on the firm’s blog, Labor Relations Today
- The Wayward Will of Irving Duke: How Language can be Fatal to A California Will or Trust – California lawyer Keith Davidson of Albertson & Davidson on the firm’s blog California Trust, Estate & Probate Litigation
- Congress To Hold Hearings On SEC Practice of Settling Cases on a Neither-Admit-Nor-Deny Basis – Washington, DC attorney William McGrath of Porter Wright on the firm’s Federal Securities Law Blog
- Wal-Mart and Other Retailers: The Next Financial Institutions? – Asset Opportunity Director and Shriver Center supervising attorney Karen Harris on The Shriver Brief
- Success Lessons from Watching Tim Tebow – Dallas, Texas lawyer coach Cordell Parvin on the Cordell Parvin Blog
- A Closer Look at the WaMu FDIC Settlement – Ohio attorney Kevin LaCroix of OakBridge Insurance Services in his blog, The D & O Diary
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