onday always seems to bring a hefty amount of posts to the LexBlog Network, as today the final count was 162. Along with excellent pieces from the usual Monday morning columnists—Peter Mahler and Angelo Paparelli—we also have Jeff Neuburger touching on a very high profile Supreme Court case.
- U. S. Supreme Court Unanimously Rule that GPS Installation and Tracking of a Vehicle Constitutes a Search, But The Justices Disagree on Rationale – Are Lines Being Drawn on Privacy Rights and New Technology? – New York attorney Jeff Neuburger of Proskauer Rose in the firm’s New Media & Technology Law Blog
- Occupy as a Seminal American Event – Boston attorney Steve Honig of Duane Morris on his blog, The Law & Other Anomalies
- CompuCredit, Concepcion, and The Death of Consumer Rights – Washington, D.C. lawyer Steve Berk of BerkLaw on the firm’s blog The Corporate Observer
- A Checklist: What to Expect When Financing Vessel Construction – New Orleans lawyer Robert Stefani of King Krebs & Jurgens on their blog, Offshore Winds
- Friends of the Court (and the Affordable Care Act) – Caitlin Padula of The Shriver Center on their blog, The Shriver Brief
- Super Bowl Office Pools in Connecticut – What Box Are You In? – Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Pullman & Comley in his Connecticut Employment Law Blog
- DOJ’s apologia for Obama recess appointments – Washington, DC lawyer Keith Fisher of Ballard Spahr on the firm’s CFPB Monitor
- Forensic Accounting Helps Wins the Day in Oppressed Shareholder Stock Valuation Proceeding – New York attorney Peter A. Mahler of Farrell Fritz in his New York Business Divorce Blog
- The Legal Effect of Paterno’s Death – Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
- Powdered Wig Immigration with the Lawyer as Potted Plant – Los Angeles attorney Angelo Paparelli of Seyfarth Shaw on his blog, Nation of Immigrators
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January 23, 2012