Can a juror be removed due to her sexual orientation? That’s the question written on today by attorney Ken Shigley—and it’s an issue that may soon reach the U.S. Supreme Court. Over on LXBN, Anna Gallegos writes on why harsh reaction to a court unmasking Yelp reviewers is a bit overblown. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 172.
- Supreme Court Lays Burden Of Proof On Patentee, Even In Declaratory Judgment Action – Washington, DC lawyer Courtenay Brinckerhoff of Foley & Lardner on the firm’s blog, PharmaPatents
- Uncovering a Line in the Sand: Employee Social Media Use and the NLRA – Mary Race and Christine E. Lyon of Morrison Foerster on the firm’s blog, SociallyAware
- FTC Approves Final Settlement over Unsubstantiated “Made in the USA” Claims – Chicago lawyer Benjamin Stein on the InfoLawGroup blog
- Can jurors be struck due to sexual orientation? – Georgia attorney Ken Shigley in his Atlanta Injury Law Blog
- How To Compensate Key Restaurant Employees – Dallas attorney Matthew Sanderson of Gray Reed on the firm’s blog, Texas Restaurant Law
- The Baucus Proposal – LawVision Principal Michael Short on their blog, LawVision Insights
- Has the Michigan Department of Civil Rights Changed its Discrimination Investigation Process? – West Bloomfield lawyer Jason Shinn of Shinn Legal on his Michigan Employment Law Advisor
- HIPAA: Friend or Foe to Innovation? – Divya Dhar, M.D. on Obermayer’s blog, Health Law Gurus
- More Mobile, More Problems? – Brian W. Dugdale and Andrew J. Ferren of Goulston & Storrs on the firm’s Retail Law Advisor
- Gathering Intelligence in National Divorce Month – Corporate investigator Philip Segal of Charles Griffin Intelligence on their blog, The Ethical Investigator
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