ith many people taking today, or even the entire week off, you’d expect it to be slim pickings for the daily roundup. Not quite. Drawing on 127 posts, we have some great pieces from the Network’s authors, including Andrew Trask breaking down the top 10 class action cases of 2010 and Richard Kass on mistakes to avoid in when conducting workplace investigations.
- The Unintentional Message Of The “Worst” Drug And Device Court Opinions – Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
- Second Spouses Beware: the First Family Takes Priority – NY attorney Neil Cahn on his blog, Divorce: New York
- Data Breach Response: A Year in Review – New York lawyer Theodore Kobus III of Baker Hostetler on the firm’s Data Privacy Monitor
- Fear of Divorce Holds Back Young Couples – Spartanburg attorney J. Benjamin Stevens of The Stevens Firm on their South Carolina Family Law Blog
- More Trouble: Will Record Online Sale Numbers Transform Sticks & Bricks Retailing in 2012? I say “yes” – Dallas lawyer Keith Mullen of Winstead on the firm’s blog, Tough Time for Lenders
- The Ten Most Significant Class Action Cases of 2011 – Virginia attorney Andrew Trask of McGuireWoods on the firm’s blog, Class Action Countermeasures
- How To Buy A Home After Bankruptcy – Dallas lawyer Bryan Fears of Fears Nachawati on the firm’s Texas Bankruptcy Blog
- FTC Seeks Public Comments on Facial Recognition Technology – New York attorney Richard Santalesa on the InformationLawGroup blog
- Five Mistakes to Avoid When Conducting Workplace Investigations – New York lawyer Richard Kass of Bond, Schoeneck & King on the firm’s New York Labor and Employment Law Report
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