Despite it being a summer Friday, we still saw 180 posts come across the wire on the LexBlog Network today—not too shabby. Though this story was mentioned in yesterday’s top 10 as well, be sure to check out Peter Vogel’s post on a case regarding GPS tracking without warrants that may well be on its way to the Supreme Court.
- Oregon to Adopt 2009 FDA Food Code – Seattle lawyer Claire Mitchell of Stoel Rives on the firm’s Food Liability Law Blog
- Major Carriers on Spectrum Buying Binge – Washington, DC lawyer Douglas Jarrett of Keller and Heckman on the firm’s Beyond Telecom Law Blog
- Trial Tactics from Apple v. Samsung – Omaha lawyer Brian Brislen of Lamson, Dugan and Murray on the firm’s blog, The Nebraska Litigation and Trial Advisor
- Cockroaches, the NFL and Presidential Statistics. . . Another Silly Friday Prediction – New Jersey lawyer Ernest Badway of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s blog, Securities Compliance Sentinel
- Got an appearance code? Make sure you allow exceptions for religion. – Winston-Salem attorney Robin Shea of Constangy on the firm’s blog, Employment & Labor Insider
- Warrantless Tracking of Cell GPS Upheld – Dallas lawyer Peter Vogel on his InternetInformation Technology & e-Discovery Blog
- Client Development Tip: You Need to Know Why Potential Clients Don’t Hire You – Dallas, Texas lawyer coach Cordell Parvin on the Cordell Parvin Blog
- It’s Good To Be King…Or Not – Minneapolis attorney Brent Lorentz of Winthrop Weinstine on DuetsBlog
- Deja Vu All Over Again In Federal Circuit’s August 16 Myriad Decision – Washington, DC lawyer Courtenay Brinckerhoff of Foley & Lardner on the firm’s blog, PharmaPatents
- My Experience with LawPivot: An Online Legal Advice Service – Self-help law specialist Richard Granat on his eLawyering Blog
For more of the best, check out LXBN, a complete review of the top insight and commentary across the LexBlog Network.