I’m not sure a single subject has sparked so much conversation as these laws forbidding businesses and institutions from demanding social media passwords. Today, Michael Schmidt describes these laws as “a fallen tree in an empty forest” in his critical piece on the subject. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 142.
- Legal Liability for Warcraft Massacre – Washington DC lawyer Drew Boortz of Reed Smith on the firm’s blog, Developing Concerns
- Teen Convicted of Vehicular Homicide While Texting – Nashville lawyer Rob McKinney on his Nashville Criminal Law Report
- Good News for Cybersecurity and Attribution? – Washington, DC lawyer Stewart Baker of Steptoe & Johnson on the Steptoe Cyberblog
- New York Times and Ann Coulter Refuted: Immigrant Rights ARE Civil Rights – Los Angeles attorney Angelo Paparelli of Seyfarth Shaw on his blog, Nation of Immigrators
- SCOTUS to Decide on Deference to Agency Jurisdiction Interpretations – Washington, DC lawyer Lee Beck on his blog, the Federal Regulations Advisor
- Password Demand Laws – A Fallen Tree In An Empty Forest – New York attorney Michael Schmidt of Cozen O’Connor on the Social Media Employment Law Blog
- Second Circuit to Rule on Whether Oprah Owns Her Power to Use Phrase – New York lawyer Maryanne Stanganelli of Baker Hostetler on the firm’s blog, Media Law Bytes & Pieces
- Preventing an Employee From Working for a Competitor Unravels without an Enforceable Noncompete Agreement – West Bloomfield lawyer Jason Shinn of E-Business Counsel on his blog, Michigan Employment Law Advisor
- Women in Tech: Jenny Lam, Award Winning Designer – Seattle lawyer Megan Muir of DLA Piper on the firm’s blog, The Venture Alley
- How To Protect Your IP From China. Part 3. – Seattle lawyer Dan Harris of Harris & Moure on the firm’s China Law Blog
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