Friday already? What a weird week. In case you haven’t already noticed, ‘2013 in review’ posts have been coming in at an increasingly rapid rate—you can see them all in LXBN’s dedicated section. Also over on LXBN TV, former Colorado Supreme Court justice Rebecca Love Kourlis joined me to discuss the impact of partisan elections on judicial sentencing. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 144.
- Is Soy Milk to Milk as E-Books are to Books? – Seattle lawyer Richard Goldfarb of Stoel Rives on the firm’s Food Liability Law Blog
- Avoiding a HIPAA Identity Crisis in 2014 – Princeton, NJ lawyer Elizabeth Litten of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s blog, HIPAA, HITECH & HIT
- A Hooters Girl By Any Other Name? – Paul Tanck and Gregory Carbo of Chadbourne & Parke on the firm’s blog, TMT Perspectives
- CFPB and DOJ file first joint-agency fair lending case against indirect auto finance company – Seattle lawyer Fred Rivera of Perkins Coie on the firm’s Financial Services Litigation Monitor
- Year-End Round-Up of Employment Cases Pending Before the Cal Supremes – Los Angeles lawyer Brian Long of Seyfarth Shaw on the firm’s California Peculiarities Employment Law Blog
- Information Governance – 2013 in Review – Judith A. Selby and James A. Sherer of BakerHosteler on the firm’s Data Privacy Monitor
- Denied Again: Alleged Violation of Statute is Enough for Hulu Privacy Case to Proceed – Washington, DC lawyer Christin S. McMeley of Davis Wright Tremaine on the firm’s Privacy & Security Law Blog
- The Year of the Patent Troll – Minneapolis lawyer Martha Engel of Winthrop Weinstine on the firm’s DuetsBlog
- Appeals to Watch in 2014: The Appeals Monitor’s Top Ten – Elder Marques, Timothy D. Chapman-Smith, Helen Richards and Dina Awad of McCarthy Tétrault on the firm’s Canadian Appeals Monitor
- What Should an Employer Do When It Suspects an Employee of Intermittent FMLA Abuse? – Philadelphia attorney Colleen O’Donnell of Obermayer on their blog, HR Legalist
For more of the best, check out LXBN, a complete review of the top insight and commentary across the LexBlog Network.