It’s official new: the New York Yankees are “The Evil Empire,” as Michael Kahn reports on a recent trademark dispute involving the organization. On LXBN TV, Tom Elkind joins me to explain who’s doling out the increasingly tougher penalties wayward financial institutions are facing. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 181.
- NIST Issues RFI for Framework for Reducing Cyber Risks – from Hunton & Williams’s Privacy and Information Management Practice on their Privacy and Information Security Law Blog
- Must Google Forget You? – San Francisco lawyer Mali Friedman of Covington on their blog, Inside Privacy
- Tug-of-War Over Noel Canning Continues Between the NLRB and the D.C. Circuit – Atlanta lawyer Drew Lunt of McKenna Long & Aldridge on the firm’s blog, Labor Relations Today
- Cops Stabbing Citizens with Needles for Blood Tests: Legal Under Minnesota Law (Part 2) – MN attorney Chuck Ramsay on his blog, Minnesota DWI Defense
- U.S. Supreme Court Rules Securities Class Action Plaintiffs Need Not Prove Materiality for Class Certification – Ohio attorney Kevin LaCroix of RT ProExec in his blog, The D & O Diary
- Filling the Missing Piece in the College Scorecard – New York attorney Dennis Cariello of DLA Piper on the firm’s blog, Education Industry Reporter
- Facebook Posts Not “Solicitation” Under Former Employee’s Restrictive Covenant Agreement – Columbus lawyer Jay Yurkiw of PorterWright on the firm’s blog, Employer Law Report
- The Power of the Pocket (of Time) – Business development strategist Julie Fleming of Lexinnova on her blog, innovate
- Yahoo and Moms Gone Wild – How Will Shareholders Respond? – Financial risk analyst Susan Mangiero of Fiduciary Leadership, LLC in her blog, Pension Risk Matters
- The Evil Empire Strikes Back–and Hits a Homerun – St. Louis-based attorney Michael Kahn on The Anchor Plate
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