Over the past couple months, I’ve grown more and more impressed by LXBN authors’ coverage of the Supreme Court. That continues this week as they’ve been all over Christopher v. SmithKline Beecham Corp., a prominent case deciding whether pharmaceutical sales reps are exempt from overtime. Also, on LXBN, we have an LXBN Roundtable on Brinker Restaurant Corp. v. Superior Court, a big victory for employers in the California Supreme Court. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 161.
- Tips for attorneys – from a children’s novelist – Seattle attorney Karen Koehler on her blog, The Velvet Hammer
- Rosetta Stone Opinion Clarifies Standard for Trademark Infringement Claim in Keyword Advertising Context – Richmond attorney Robert Angle of Troutman Sanders on the firm’s blog, Virginia IP Law
- Hydraulic Fracturing and Earthquakes: British Government Releases Report – New Orleans attorney Keith Hall of Stone Pigman Walther Wittmann on the firm’s Oil & Gas Law Brief
- Who Gets to Decide What Low-Income Americans Eat? – Michele Host of The Shriver Center on their blog, The Shriver Brief
- Howard Stern’s $300 Million Lawsuit Against Sirius Comes Down To Simple Contract Law – Colorado attorney Mike Laszlo of Laszlo & Associates on the Boulder Business Law Advisor
- Floral Fabric Design Copyright Infringement Case Remanded for Jury Trial by Ninth Circuit – Seattle intellectual property lawyer Tonya Gisselberg on her blog, Seattle Copyright Watch
- Ottawa wouldn’t block foreign takeover of RIM – Susan M. Hutton and Kim Lawton of Stikeman Elliott on the firm’s blog, The Competitor
- Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument On Whether Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives Are Exempt From Overtime – New York lawyer Joshua Alloy of Proskauer on the firm’s blog, Proskauer on Class and Collective Actions
- What Should Public Companies Know About the JOBS Act? – Minneapolis lawyer Martin Rosenbaum of Maslon on his blog, On Securities
- The Supreme Court Weighs Overtime for Pharmaceutical Representatives – Washington, DC lawyer Libby Henninger of Littler on the firm’s blog, Wage & Hour Counsel.
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