Despite it being the first day of a holiday week, we still saw 181 posts on the LexBlog Network today. Be sure to check out Lindsay Griffiths’ post as she kicks off what’s sure to be an excellent series on using Twitter in client development. On LXBN TV, Max Kennerly joins us to offer his thoughts on why Chief John Roberts voted to uphold the individual mandate.
- What if OJ Simpson really was innocent? – Phoenix lawyer Vladimir Gagic on his blog, the Arizona Criminal Law & Sex Crimes Post
- USDA to Ramp Up Drug Residue Testing for Meat and Poultry – Washington, DC reporter Helena Bottemiller on Food Safety News
- Attorney General Eric Holder Responds to Contempt of Congress Vote – Illinois lawyer Brian Zeeck of Hinshaw Culbertson on the firm’s White Collar Crime & Internal Investigations Blog
- How Stern v. Marshall is Interpreted in the 9th Circuit – LA attorney Christine Wilton on her blog, Los Angeles Bankruptcy Law Monitor
- Twitter: Effectively Leveraging Twitter as a Business Development and Marketing Tool – Part I – Legal marketing expert Lindsay Griffiths of International Lawyers Network on Zen & The Art of Legal Networking
- Mobile payments: CFPB suggests new regulations may be needed – Washington, DC lawyer Mecedes Kelley Turnstall of Ballard Spahr on the firm’s CFPB Monitor
- Google Scholar Provides Outstanding Preliminary Legal Research – Construction lawyer Matt DeVries of the Best Practices Construction Law Blog
- Carnival Fires 150 Crew Members from India for Protesting Low Cruise Ship Wages – Miami attorney Jim Walker of Walker & O’Neill on his blog, Cruise Law News
- Securities Suit Filings Continue Apace in Year’s First Half – Ohio attorney Kevin LaCroix of OakBridge Insurance Services in his blog, The D & O Diary
- New York Times Article Bashes Delaware as Corporate Haven – Wilmington attorney Francis Pileggi of Eckert Seamans on the his Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog
For more of the best, check out LXBN, a complete review of the top insight and commentary across the LexBlog Network.