Before we dive into the full roundup, a couple posts to note: first, Lindsay Griffiths has already put together an excellent recap on our LXBN webinar from this morning and, a bit of a humble brag: Jim Walker notes that his Cruise Law News and Dan Harris’ China Law Blog (both on LXBN) are the two most-read non-commercial law blogs from full-time practicing lawyers. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 159.
- Tech M&A: Report Card from the Doldrums – Boston attorney Steve Honig of Duane Morris on his blog, The Law & Other Anomalies
- Hurricane Sandy: Have Employers Learned the Lessons From Last Year’s Storms? – Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Pullman & Comley in his Connecticut Employment Law Blog
- Barnes & Noble PIN Pad Devices Hit By Hackers – Boston attorney Cynthia LaRose of Mintz Levin on the firm’s blog, Privacy & Security Matters
- Copyright Holder’s Tardiness Prevents Copyright Infringement Claims – Seattle intellectual property lawyer Tonya Gisselberg on her blog, Seattle Copyright Watch
- U.S. Chamber of Commerce Sues SEC to Overturn Extractive Industry Transparency Rule – Washington, DC attorney Amy Lehr of Foley Hoag on the firm’s blog, Corporate Social Responsibility And The Law
- It’s Even Harder Being “Green”: How the FTC’s New Green Guide Will Affect Your Footwear and Apparel Business – New York attorney Brian Lincer of Decker, Decker, Dito & Internicola on his blog, the Footwear & Apparel Protection Law Monitor
- California Covering College Athletes More Completely – Philadelphia lawyer Sekou Campbell of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s blog, Sports Law Scoreboard
- Going Vinny – Houston lawyer Kendall Gray of Andrews Kurth on his blog, The Appellate Record
- Oil Spill Case Shows Need to Screen Chartered Vessels & Operators – New Orleans attorney Robert Stefani of King Krebs & Jurgens on their Offshore Winds blog
- Should Everybody Blow? – Nashville lawyer Rob McKinney on his Nashville Criminal Law Report
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