Hey, it’s the first Top 10 of 2014. In addition to this roundup—which includes excellent pieces from Jeff Kosseff, John Gaal and Fred Abrams—we have a good LXBN TV episode today as Dan Kirkpatrick discusses the FCC and lawmakers pushing to end sports blackouts. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 155.
- The SEC gets an A+ with the proposed “Regulation A+” rules – Fort Lauderdale lawyer Gustav Schmidt of Gunster on the firm’s blog, The Securities Edge
- Internal Investigations Can Lead to a Waiver of the Attorney-Client Privilege – Boston lawyer Shep Davidson of Burns & Levinson on the firm’s blog, The In-House Advisor
- Courts Diverge on the Tests for Anonymous Online Speech – Washington, DC attorney Jeff Kosseff of Covington & Burling on the firm’s blog, InsideTechMedia
- Healthcare Privacy – 2013 Year in Review – Lynn Sessions, Kimberly Wong, Cory Fox and Anne Foster of BakerHostetler on the firm’s Data Privacy Monitor
- A Horse-Drawn Trademark Collision Ahead? – Minneapolis lawyer Steve Baird of Winthrop & Weinstine on the firm’s Duets Blog
- A Not-So Happy New Year for California Employers: 2014 Legislative Update – Sacramento lawyer Tony DeCristoforo on the Stoel Rives World of Employment
- Sexual Assault Cases on Campus – The Rise of Claims from the Accused – Syracuse lawyer John Gaal of Bond Schoeneck & King on the firm’s Higher Education Law Report
- Don’t Assume An Applicant Is Not Qualified Because a Doctor Says So… – Des Moines lawyer Patrick Smith of Bradshaw, Fowler, Proctor & Fairgrave on his Iowa Employment Law Blog
- The Ten Most Interesting Class Action Articles of 2013 – London attorney Andrew Trask of McGuireWoods on the firm’s blog, Class Action Countermeasures
- Divorce & Hidden Money: Helga Glock Claims Gaston Glock Started Concealing His Assets – Manhattan fraud investigation lawyer Fred Abrams in his Asset Search Blog
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