It’s Friday afternoon, it’s a near-absurd 88 degrees outside in Seattle right now and the Mariners are about to take on the Cubs just down the street—it’s time to get out of the office. In today’s roundup, we have further commentary on the fall of DOMA’s impact on FMLA, and Woody Woodruff with some interesting comments from the President of the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank. Total posts on the Lexblog Network today: 188.
- Final HHS Preventive Contraceptives Rule and a New Circuit Decision: A Clearer Path for Judicial Review – Washington, DC lawyer Lee Beck on his blog, the Federal Regulations Advisor
- If You Use Bitcoin To Buy the “War Games” Home Computer, You Will Be Cool and From the Future. – Texas lawyer Paul Stanfieldon the Austin Technology Law Blog
- Return of the Legally Dead – Lancaster attorney Patti Spencer in her Pennsylvania Fiduciary Litigation Blog
- Making Sense of China’s New Privacy Laws and Draft Internet Privacy Regulations – Beijing lawyer Roy Zou of Hogan Lovells on the firm’s blog, Chronicle of Data Protection
- Florida Adopts More Stringent Standard for Expert Witnesses – Lori Lustrin and Scott N. Wagner of Bilzin Sumberg on the firm’s New Miami Blog
- Patent for Distributing Copyrighted Material Over the Internet a Possibility – Seattle intellectual property lawyer Tonya Gisselberg on her blog, Seattle Copyright Watch
- Fisher to Congress: Dodd-Frank Makes “Too Big To Fail” Worse, Not Better – Nashville attorney Woody Woodruff of Waller on their blog, The Banking LAw Connection
- Obama Administration Increases the Social Cost Of Carbon in the US – Cleveland lawyer Lisa Zak of Squire Sanders on the firm’s blog, frESH
- I Entertain Therefore I AM – Minneapolis lawyer Martha Engel of Winthrop Weinstine on the firm’s DuetsBlog
- Supremes’ DOMA decision may simplify some spousal FMLA administration – Winston-Salem attorney Robin Shea of Constangy on the firm’s blog, Employment & Labor Insider
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