In a topic that’ll actually be covered tomorrow on LXBN TV, lawyer Gerry Fox writes today on the fact that Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” isn’t just a hub of controversy for its music video and Miley Cyrus dancing performance—it is in the legal world as well. Also in today’s roundup, and the lead story today on LXBN, Daniel Schwartz responds to a claim in a New York Times article on baby boomers. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 166.
- Robin Thicke’s Legal Team Decides the Best Defense is to Go On the Offense… Or “Is It?” – Los Angeles lawyer Gerry Fox on this blog, The Fox’s Litigation Strategies
- Legal concepts every social media marketer should know: Part II — Rules of the road for online advertising – Fernando A. Bohorquez, Jr. and Alan M. Pate of BakerHostetler on the firm’s Data Privacy Monitor
- “Faux” Foods and False Advertising Claims: A New Recipe for Whipping Up Lawsuits – June K. Campbell and Paul D. Swanson of Lane Powell on the firm’s blog, Earth and Table
- Public Comment Period for Proposed Federal Fracking Regulations Draws to a Close – Cleveland lawyer Daniel Kavouras of BakerHostetler on their North America Shale Blog
- Welfare Reform Anniversary Rolls Around Again: How Much Does Race Explain? – Marcia Henry on the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law on their blog The Shriver Brief
- Behind the Curve – Are Legal and Regulatory Concerns Preventing UK Financial Service Companies From Fully Harnessing Social Media? – London lawyer Susan McLean of Morrison Foerster on the firm’s blog, Socially Aware
- Best Practices and Latest Developments in Trade Secret Law – Los Angeles lawyer Robert Milligan of Seyfarth Shaw on the firm’s blog, Trading Secrets
- Google’s $8.5 Million Proposed Settlement for Privacy Violations Opposed – Dallas lawyer Peter Vogel on his Internet, Information Technology & e-Discovery Blog
- Trouble for E-Bay’s Predictive Search Method – Buffalo attorney Vincent LoTempio on his LoTempio Law Blog
- The Times Says “Most Lawyers” Won’t Take Age Discrimination Cases Anymore. Really? – Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Pullman & Comley in his Connecticut Employment Law Blog
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