I’m always amazed by Kevin LaCroix’s ability to knock out extended posts on a daily basis—I don’t know how he finds the time. But today he’s on another level. If you’re interested in diving head-first into to Libor scandal, visit his blog today has he offers up 5,000 words on it. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 183.
- What Does Data Show About the Economics of Regional Cap-and Trade? – Seattle lawyer Elaine Spencer of Graham & Dunn on the firm’s blog, GreenTech
- We’ve Come for Your Tweets: Twitter to Appeal Denial of Its Motion to Quash District Attorney’s Subpoena – J. Alexander Lawrence and Erin Herlihy of Morrison Foerster on the firm’s blog, Socially Aware
- The FBI Really Does Investigate Bankruptcy Cases – Los Angeles lawyer Nicholas Gebelt on his Southern California Bankruptcy Law Blog
- Tax Changes Are Looming – Seattle lawyer Asher Bearman of DLA Piper on The Venture Alley
- Why US private equity is so attractive for overseas investors – Business development advisor John Grimley on his blog, International Business Development
- Steve Jobs vs. Judge Posner: Ask What Customers Want? (Yes, if You Want Patent Damages) – San Jose lawyer David Bohrer of Confluence Law on the firm’s blog, Flat Fee IP
- May an Unexecuted Will be Admitted to Probate? – New Jersey lawyer Joel N. Kreizman of Scarinci & Hollenbeck on the firm’s blog, Tax, Trust, and Estate Law News
- Corporate Liability Under Kiobel. The Debate Over Universal Jurisdiction. – Florida lawyer Santiago Cueto of Cueto Law Group on his blog International Business Law Advisor
- A Closer Look at the Libor Scandal – Ohio attorney Kevin LaCroix of OakBridge Insurance Services in his blog, The D & O Diary
- Undue Hardship Test to Discharge Student Loan Debt in Bankruptcy – LA attorney Christine Wilton on her blog, Los Angeles Bankruptcy Law Monitor
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