Always fun to see a new blog get off to a hot start, and that’s just what we have with Baker Hostetler’s Media Law Bytes & Pieces as they’ve been knocking out quality content since launch. Also in today’s roundup: Al Saikali breaking down the FTC’s $22.5 million fine against Google and Courtenay Brinckerhoff continuing her superb commentary on the America Invents Act. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 150.
- The FTC’s Spokeo Settlement Highlights Social Media-Related Legal Risks – Julie O’Neill and Nathan Salminen of Morrison Foerster on the firm’s blog, Socially Aware
- ‘Modern Family’ Feuding Reaches Resolution – New York attorney Jessie Schweller of Baker Hostetler on the firm’s blog, Media Law Bytes & Pieces
- Are American Doctors Overpaid? – Spartanburg lawyer Ray Mullman of Poliakoff & Associates on the firm’s South Carolina Nursing Home Blog
- Gist of the Action Doctrine Gains Traction in Pennsylvania – Philadelphia attorney Jennifer Horn of Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman on the firm’s blog, Construction Law Signal
- First To File Practice: Grace Period Non-Inventor Disclosures – Washington, DC lawyer Courtenay Brinckerhoff of Foley & Lardner on the firm’s blog, PharmaPatents
- The FTC Fines Google $22.5 Million – Why Should Companies Care? – Miami lawyer Al Saikali of Shook, Hardy & Bacon on his Data Security Computing Law
- “Organic” Wines – It depends on where you drink it – Philadelphia Philip Hinerman of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s blog, Legal Tastings
- Free Speech Protections for Facebook “Likes” to be Examined by Fourth Circuit – J. Bradford Currier, Marc Martin, and Marty Stern of K&L Gates on the firm’s blog, TMT Law Watch
- A Texas Employer’s Response to an EEOC Charge – Dallas non-compete attorney Rob Radcliff on his Smooth Transitions Law Blog
- Eau, de humanity! Better watch those fragrances if they make your employee sick. – Winston-Salem attorney Robin Shea of Constangy on the firm’s blog, Employment & Labor Insider
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