Lindsay Griffiths is the queen of webinar and conference recaps—she continues that today with the third part of her recap on Kevin McKeown and Lee Frederiksen’s Blogging for Clients webinar. Also, if interested, McKeown himself wrote on that today as well. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 165.
- Is Facebook’s acquisition of Instagram fair to Instagram shareholders? – Fort Lauderdale lawyer Gustav Schmidt of Gunster on the firm’s blog, The Securities Edge
- Armstrong’s Yellow Jerseys Haven’t Gone Anywhere…Yet – New Jersey lawyer Joe Bahgat on his blog, The Sports & Entertainment Law Playbook
- Blogging for Clients: How Online Relationships Lead to Real-World Clients (A Re-cap) Part III – Legal marketing expert Lindsay Griffiths of International Lawyers Network on Zen & The Art of Legal Networking
- Apple v. Samsung Verdict: Could Bill Gates Have Patented The iPhone in 1995? – Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
- Supreme Court Review: What the Court’s Indecency Decision Means for Broadcasters – Charles Coble of Brooks Pierce on the firm’s Newsroom Media Law Blog
- Spying on Your Employees? Know the Law First – Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Pullman & Comley in his Connecticut Employment Law Blog
- In Colorado, “Goodwill” is an Asset that Can Be Valued and Divided During Divorce – Denver lawyer Steven Johnston of Pryor Johnson Carney Karr Nixon on his blog, Colorado Family Law Matters
- What Every Lawyer Can Learn from the Red & Black Controversy – McDonough lawyer Scott Key on his Georgia Criminal Appellate Law Blog
- Epic win for Apple causes Samsung stock to plunge. – Seoul lawyer Nathan McMurray of Barun Law on his blog, Korea Law Today
- Alleged Breach of Non-Disclosure Agreement Related To 3-D Technology At Issue In New California Suit Involving Hollywood Heavyweights – San Francisco lawyer Jessica Mendelson of Seyfarth Shaw on their blog, Trading Secrets
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