As we head into the first full workweek of 2014, we have some very hot topics in the Top 10: there’s fracking, the Consumer Electronics Expo, NSA surveillance and immigration reform. In addition, Max Kennerly has an opinionated post on Congress sneaking a tax on Medicare/Medicaid lawsuits into a piece of legislation. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 158.
- Key 2013 Delaware Corporate and Commercial Decisions – Francis G.X. Pileggi and Kevin F. Brady of Eckert Seamans on the Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog
- Can an Emoticon be Protected as a Trademark? – Washington, DC lawyer Susan Neuberger Weller of Mintz Levin on the firm’s blog, Copyright & Trademark Matters
- There is Still Time for Immigration Reform – Washington, DC attorney Laura Reiff of Greenberg Traurig on the firm’s blog, Immigration Compliance
- Report Calls On Environmentalists to Support Hydraulic Fracturing – Washington, DC lawyer Wayne D’Angelo of Kelley Drye on the firm’s blog, Fracking Insider
- OCR Lacks Insight into HIPAA Security Rule Compliance – Washington, DC lawyer Alaap Shah of EpsteinBeckerGreen on the firm’s blog, TechHealth Perspectives
- Is NSA’s Surveillance Legal? Yes or No? – Hayes Hunt and Joshua Ruby of Cozen O’Conner on Hayes’s blog, From the Sidebar
- Happy New Year from the Oregon Legislature: New Employment Laws To Watch Out For in 2014 – Portland attorney Edward Piper of Stoel Rives on the Stoel Rives World of Employment blog
- CES Convention Won’t Showcase This Trove of Technology – Blank Rome LLP attorney Brian Wm. Higgins in the Maryland Intellectual Property Law Blog
- Congress Slips In A Stealth Medicare/Medicaid Lawsuit Tax – Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
- Securities Lawsuit Filings Up Slightly in 2013 – Ohio attorney Kevin LaCroix of RT ProExec in his blog, The D & O Diary
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