The Chinese military is attacking American companies. Why isn’t this a bigger story? Well, it may have something to do with it being in cyberspace, not a traditional military front. As discussed today on LXBN TV with attorney Eric Packel, a recent report by Mandiant Corp. revealed there have been 41 separate attacks directed primarily at U.S. corporations and U.S. government agencies. In today’s roundup, be sure to read Robin Shea’s post on medical questions employers can and cannot ask. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 194.
- Are these medical questions illegal, or not? Test your knowledge! – Winston-Salem attorney Robin Shea of Constangy on the firm’s blog, Employment & Labor Insider
- Credibility Counts – Sacramento lawyer Michael Hackard on his blog, Guarantors Defense Law
- When is a State-Law Claim Preempted By ERISA? – Nashville lawyer Jennifer Faucett of Waller on their blog, ERISA Exchange
- Supreme Court To Decide Whether State Attorney General’s Parens Patriae Action Is A “Mass Action” Under the Class Action Fairness Act – Hartford, CT lawyer Wystan Ackerman of Robinson & Cole on the firm’s Insurance Class Actions Insider
- Total S.A. FCPA Actions Hearken Back to Time of Tupac Shakur, Beepers – Raleigh attorney David Smyth of Brooks Pierce on their blog, Cady Bar the Door
- Sixth Circuit Affirms Refusal to Certify Disparate Impact Sex Discrimination Case – Cleveland lawyer Greg Mersol of BakerHostetler on the firm’s Employment Class Action Blog
- California Supreme Court Publishes Another Opinion Limiting Pool Of Defendants Available To Plaintiffs In California Asbestos Litigation – San Francisco lawyer Carrie Lin of Cooley Manion Jones on their blog, Defense Litigation Insider
- Perspectives on New EB-5 Policy Memo: Promise and Possibility – Washington, DC lawyer Dawn Lurie of Sheppard Mullin on the firm’s blog, EB-5 Opportunities
- New Oklahoma Law Clarifies Enforceability of Non-Solicitation of Employee Covenants – Los Angeles attorney Daniel Joshua Salinas of Seyfarth Shaw on their blog, Trading Secrets
- Genetically Engineered Wheat Found in Oregon – Seattle lawyer Claire Mitchell of Stoel Rives on the firm’s Alcoholic Beverages Law Blog
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