The big news of the day comes as the White House released its privacy framework, including a proposed Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights. While I tried to include the best posts on that here, all Network analysis of the White House privacy report is curated on LXBN. Also on LXBN today, Geri Haight of Mintz Levin comes on LXBN TV to discuss the LINSANITY trademark. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 181.
- Three Individuals Are Sentenced For Their Involvement in the Bonny Island / TSKJ Joint Venture FCPA Case – Washington, DC attorney William McGrath of Porter Wright on the firm’s Federal Securities Law Blog
- 10 Lessons I Learned About Being a California Trial Attorney in 2011 – Riverside lawyer Stewart Albertson of Albertson & Davidson on the firm’s California Trust, Estate & Probate Litigation
- White House Releases Privacy Report and Calls For a Consumer Bill of Rights – New York City lawyer Joseph Rosenbaum on the Reed Smith blog, Legal Bytes
- White House Released Privacy Framework Includes the Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights – Chicago attorney Justine Gottshall on the InformationLawGroup blog
- Google+: a basic overview – Helen Pitlick of LexBlog Client Services on their blog, Please Advise
- Perhaps One of the Last Products Liability Cases Ever to be Tried in the State of Mississippi Scheduled to Resume on Monday – Jackson, Mississippi attorney Philip Thomas on the blog, Mississippi Litigation Review and Commentary
- Is the OPEN Act the Answer to Online Piracy? – Minneapolis lawyer Brad Walz of Winthrop Weinstine on the firm’s DuetsBlog
- Predictive Analytics, Informed Consent, and Privacy: The Case of Target – Washington, DC lawyer Vivek Krishnamurthy of Foley Hoag on their blog, Corporate Social Responsibility & The Law
- Three Views Of Nixon’s Trip To China On The 40th Anniversary – Washington, DC lawyer Vivek Krishnamurthy of Foley Hoag on their blog, Corporate Social Responsibility & The Law
- Breaking News. (THE) Michael Jordon Sues In Chinese Court To Protect His Name. Jeremy Lin, Are You Watching? – Seattle lawyer Dan Harris of Harris & Moure on the firm’s China Law Blog
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