Though we’re off covering the 2013 Legal Marketing Technology Conference West, there’s still time to check in with today’s Top 10. Daniel Schwartz has an excellent post on a very important notion: yes, something may be legal for employers to do—but it still isn’t a good idea. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 176.
- SCOTUS Argument Preview: Sandifer Interpretation, not Auer Deference – Washington, DC lawyer Lee Beck on his blog, the Federal Regulations Advisor
- Calling Your Boss a Clown: No Laughing Matter – Harrisburg lawyer Lee Tankle of McNees Wallace & Nurick on the firm’s Pennsylvania Labor & Employment Blog
- Enforceable Noncompete Agreement Key to $2 Million Judgment Against Former Employee – West Bloomfield lawyer Jason Shinn of E-Business Counsel on his blog, Michigan Employment Law Advisor
- Bitcoin and Regulation of Digital Currency: Cash 2.0 – Hayes Hunt and Arthur Fritzinger of Cozen O’Connor on From the Sidebar
- The Gray Divorce : Baby Boomers Flocking to Divorce Court in Droves – Princeton, NJ attorney Eliana Baer on the firm’s New Jersey Family Legal Blog
- GSA Selects Both Green Globes And LEED For Federal Buildings – Baltimore lawyer Stuart Kaplow on the Green Building Law Update
- “Yes, It’s Legal.” But Is It a Good Idea? – Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Shipman & Goodwin in his Connecticut Employment Law Blog
- Demonstrating Leadership Skills Builds Trust – Dykema Chairman & CEO Peter Kellett on his blog, The Business of Serving Clients
- Supersize Cruise Craze: “Too Big to Sail? Cruise Ships Face Scrutiny” – Miami attorney Jim Walker of Walker & O’Neill on his blog, Cruise Law News
- National Collegiate Student Loan Trust (s) Filing Massive Amounts of Lawsuits – LA attorney Christine Wilton on her blog, Los Angeles Bankruptcy Law Monitor
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