Coming to you much later than normal, we draw on 162 posts hitting the LexBlog Network to round up ten of today’s best. Covering a topic that has seemingly been in the news for months, Mark Theodore and Seth Borden comment on the NLRB’s announcement of adopting final "ambush election" rules.
- Facebook Infringed Leader Patent – Buffalo attorney Vincent LoTempio on his LoTempio Law Blog
- Can A Social Security Overpayment Be Discharged In Bankruptcy? – Angeles lawyer Nicholas Gebelt on his Southern California Bankruptcy Law Blog
- European Union Court Stays Course on Airline Emissions Rules – Seattle attorney Mike Nesteroff of Lane Powell on the firm’s blog, Sustainability & Climate Change Reporter
- NLRB Announces Final Rule to Expedite Elections; Senator Announces Effort to Block Rule Via Congressional Resolution – New York attorney Seth Borden of McKenna Long & Aldridge on the firm’s blog, Labor Relations Today
- How to Talk to Your Family about the Affordable Care Act over the Holidays – Caitlin Padula of the Shriver Center on their blog, The Shriver Brief
- The First Amendment In Public Employment And Education – Six Issues For The Year 2012 – Los Angeles attorney David Urban of Liebert Cassidy Whitmore on the firm’s California Public Agency Labor and Employment Blog
- New York State Passes Historic Design-Build Legislation – Los Angeles lawyer Nancy Smith of Nossaman on their Infra Insight blog
- When $35,000 An Hour In Attorneys’ Fees Is Justified In Shareholder Lawsuits – Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
- No Motion to Dismiss in Facebook “Sponsored Stories” Case – San Diego lawyer Jake Romero of Mintz Levin on their blog Privacy & Security Matters
- NLRB Leaves Coal In Employer Stockings By Issuing Ambush Election Rules, Business Groups Immediately Sue – Los Angeles lawyer Mark Theodore of Proskauer on the firm’s blog Labor Relations Update
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