Earlier today, LXBN editor Jared Sulzdorf remarked that more people aren’t outraged by the Libor rate scandal because it’s so hard to understand. Well, he did his best—drawing on LXBN authors’ coverage—to explain just how appalling it his in today’s LXBN Roundtable. Also on the Network today: Dan Schwartz details an employee live-blogging a termination meeting and Geoff Cockrell comments on the continued rise in the cost of health care. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 163.
- Prevent Employer Liability By Properly Investigating Sexual Harassment Claims -Boston lawyer Renee Inomata of Burns & Levinson on the firm’s blog, The In-House Advisor
- MasterCard & Visa to Merchants: Let’s Settle This the Old Fashioned Way! – New York City lawyer Joseph Rosenbaum on the Reed Smith blog, Legal Bytes
- GCs: Are You Looking in the Right Direction for an Efficient Legal Department? (Part 2 of 3) – Legal project management consultant Pam Woldow on her blog, At The Intersection
- Facebook Posts From An Employee’s Termination Meeting? Plan for It – Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Pullman & Comley in his Connecticut Employment Law Blog
- Could Environmental Groups Force Water and Sewer Systems Upgrades? – Cue the Plaintiffs’ Bar – Philadelphia lawyer Wally Zimolong on his blog, Supplemental Conditions
- Keystone XL Pipeline Continues to Face Opposition – New Orleans lawyer Dan Walter of Stone Pigman Walther Wittmann on the firm’s blog, Oil & Gas Law Brief
- India’s New Biosimilar Guidelines and Their Relationship to the Rest of the World – Silicon Valley lawyer Jonathan Loeb of Dechert on the firm’s blog, BioLawGics
- Healthcare Spending Continues to Rise – Chicago lawyer Geoff Cockrell of McGuireWoods on the firm’s blog, The Healthcare Investor
- Beware the manager who speaks with a forked tongue – Australia legal marketing expert Sean Larkan on his Legal Leaders Blog
- The Politics of Place: Where’s Your Office? – Legal management expert Ronda Muir of Law People Management, Inc in her blog, Law People
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