Friday is here and the sunny Seattle day is starting to fade to gray; kind of a shame. But, we have an excellent collection of posts today. Joe Bahgat provides some insight on the USADA’s allegations against Lance Armstrong, Asher Bearman has an excellent interview and Christine Murray has a funny post on how to propose…a divorce. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 171. Also, almost forgot, on LXBN TV Christopher Loeffler explains Spokeo’s $800,000 settlement with the FTC.
- Deja Vu All Over Again: USADA Launches New Assault on Lance Armstrong – New Jersey lawyer Joe Bahgat on his blog, The Sports & Entertainment Law Playbook
- Bankruptcy Is The Wave Of The Future – Part I – Los Angeles lawyer Nicholas Gebelt on his Southern California Bankruptcy Law Blog
- On or off? Setting Defaults for Privacy Online – Boston lawyer Colin Zick of Foley Hoag on the firm’s blog, Security, Privacy and The Law
- Sandusky’s Lawyers Making Best Of Bad Situation – Oregon, Illinois lawyer Don Delbert on his blog, the Illinois Criminal Defender Voice
- No Sweet Deal Yet for American Crystal Sugar – Arden Hills, Minnesota lawyer Marylee Abrams of Abrams & Schmidt on the firm’s Minnesota Labor & Employment Law Blog
- Rajat Gupta Convicted of Conspiracy and Insider Trading – Washington, DC lawyer William McGrath of Porter Wright on the firm’s Federal Securities Law Blog
- Government Will Not Re-Try John Edwards – Atlanta, Georgia lawyer Anthony Lake on the Federal Criminal Defense Blog
- Divorce: how do I pop the question? – British Columbia lawyer Christine Murray of Hart Legal on the firm’s blog, Family Law Refocused
- Did you libel your employee in a panic and then find out you were wrong? Never be afraid to say you’re sorry. – Winston-Salem attorney Robin Shea of Constangy on the firm’s blog, Employment & Labor Insider
- The Venture Spotlight – Indy Driver, Team Owner and Angel Investor Sam Schmidt – Seattle lawyer Asher Bearman of DLA Piper on The Venture Alley
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