As could be expected on the first day it went into effect, we continue to see commentary pour in on the effect of the government shutdown, a fraction of which you can see in today’s roundup. But also in the Top 10: attorney David Gair takes a creative tax look at Breaking Bad and the team at Socially Aware has an excellent piece on social media and securities law.
- The Impact of the Government Shut-Down on Immigration Processing for Employers and Individuals – Ohio lawyer Robert Cohen of Porter Wright Morris & Arthur in the firm’s Employer Law Report
- City of Richmond, California Backs Plan to Use Eminent Domain to Seize Bad Mortgages – Stacia A. Wells and Robert Siegel of Bilzin Sumberg on the firm’s Mortgage Crisis Watch
- The North Carolina Supreme Court: Metrics for 2013 – Raleigh lawyer Bob Numbers ofWomble Carlyle on the firm’s blog, The Compass
- The U.S. Government Shutdown’s Impact on Employers and Employees – West Bloomfield lawyer Jason Shinn of Shinn Legal on his Michigan Employment Law Advisor
- Happy T-Day – Margaret Stapleton, Director, Community Justice at the Shriver Center on the firm’s blog, the Shriver Brief
- Hate to network? You can learn to love it if you follow a few simple rules. – Business development coach Robin Hensley on her Raising the Bar Blog
- The Guide to Social Media and the Securities Laws – Jay Baris and David M. Lynn of Morrison Foerster on the firm’s blog, Socially Aware
- The Death of the Jury Trial in Federal Court – San Antonio attorney Christopher McKinney of The McKinney Law Firm on his Texas Employment Law Blog
- Breaking Bad and Tax Planning? – Dallas attorney David Gair of Looper Reed on the firm’s blog, Texas Tax Talk
- Adventures in Magical Thinking, Part I – Legal project management consultant Pam Woldow on her blog, At The Intersection
For more of the best, check out LXBN, a complete review of the top insight and commentary across the LexBlog Network.