The big legal news of the day comes from the Supreme Court, as they ruled today on Arizona’s controversial immigration law and backed their previous ruling in Citizens United. Also, as I said on Twitter, if you’re a criminal law blogger at a smaller firm and wondering about how to go about things the right way, check out Jayme Moss on the Boulder Criminal Law Advisor. Good stuff. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 174. Oh hey, almost forgot, Al Saikali joins us on LXBN TV to break down the class action suit filed against Linkedin over their data breach.
- Natural Gas Eclipsing Coal as Fossil Fuel of Choice for Electricity Generation – New Orleans lawyer Dana Shelton of Stone Pigman Walther Wittmann on the firm’s Oil & Gas Law Brief
- Supreme Court Invalidates Portion of Arizona Immigration Law Criminalizing Illegal Employment – Washington, DC lawyer Ilyse Schuman of Littler on the firm’s blog, Washington, DC Employment Law Update
- Citizen’s United Update: Supreme Court Confirms Montana Subject to US Constitution – Washington, DC attorney Stefan Passantino of McKenna Long & Aldridge on the firm’s Pay to Play Law Blog
- The Supreme Court Provides a Mixed Review of the Arizona Immigration Laws – Columbus lawyer Robert Cohen of Porter Wright on the firm’s Employer Law Report
- Should Appellate Courts Be Doing Their Own Factual Research? – Chicago attorney Kirk Jenkins of Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold on the firm’s blog, The Appellate Strategist
- “You Have One New Lawsuit”: Can You Serve Legal Notice Through Social Media? – Daniel Levison and Matthew O’Donnell of Morrison Foerster on the firm’s blog, Socially Aware
- New Studies Show “Stand Your Ground” Laws Increase Homicide And Manslaughter Rates – Colorado lawyer Jayme Moss of LaszloLaw on the firm’s blog, the Boulder Criminal Law Advisor
- What FCC v. Fox Television Means for Non-Broadcasters – Washington, DC attorney Steve Augustino of Kelley Drye on the firm’s blog, Telecom Law Monitor
- Eight Actions Law Firm Associates Can Take to Succeed – Professional development expert Cynthia Pladziewicz on her blog, Professional Development Perspectives
- Scalia’s and Garner’s New Book Suggests Principled Approach – McDonough lawyer Scott Key on his Georgia Criminal Appellate Law Blog
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