Following up on the wealth of discussion last week on the White House privacy framework, the subject hits LXBN TV this week as Colin Zick of Foley Hoag breaks it down with us. Also, we have a great post today by Blaine Bettinger on Pinterest. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 161.
- Prosecutors Add To Indictment Connected To Ponzi Scheme Case – Manhattan fraud investigation lawyer Fred Abrams in his Asset Search Blog
- Computers Replacing Lawyers In Reviewing Documents? – Real estate litigator William Ruskin of Epstein Becker Green on his Toxic Tort Litigation Blog
- Promises, Promises, AT&T Customer Successfully Sues in Small Claims Court in California for Throttling of Data Speeds: Winning $850 – Washington, DC attorney Steven Berk on his blog, The Corporate Observer
- 6 Tips About What to Wear to Appear in Court For Your Divorce – New York lawyer Daniel Clement at his blog, the New York Divorce Report
- Corporate Liability Goes Before U.S Supreme Court. Troubling Paradox May Result. – Florida lawyer Santiago Cueto of Cueto Law Group on his blog International Business Law Advisor
- A Social Media Model Based on the Safe Harbor Provisions of the DMCA – Syracuse lawyer Blaine Bettinger of Bond Schoeneck & King on their Higher Education IP Report
- Privacy in Principle (As California Goes, So Goes the Nation? Part Four) – Los Angeles lawyer Tanya Forsheit on the InfoLawGroup blog
- New Federal Database to Shed Light on Traumatic Brain Injuries – Chicago lawyer Jonathan Rosenfeld of Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers on his blog, Child Injury Laws
- A Closer Look at Buffett’s Letter to Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders – Ohio lawyer Kevin LaCroix of OakBridge Insurance Services in his blog, The D & O Diary
- Six Lies The Cruise Lines Will Tell You After The Costa Concordia Crash – Miami attorney Jim Walker of Walker & O’Neill on his blog, Cruise Law News
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