As the Olympics march on, they continue to be a popular topic of conversation on the LexBlog Network. Check out good posts today from Greentarget and Derek Allen. Also, Steven Gursten has an interesting piece on driverless cars. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 209.
- Playing Fast and Loose With Corroborating Evidence: Patent Advocacy Inequitable Conduct – Seattle lawyer Paul Swanson of Lane Powell on the firm’s blog, the Patent Practice Professional Liability Reporter
- The Winter Olympics: A Storytelling Extravaganza – The experts at Greentarget on their blog, Current Conversation
- Preserving The Attorney-Client Privilege For In-House Counsel – Real estate litigator William Ruskin of Epstein Becker Green on his Toxic Tort Litigation Blog
- Sochi’s First Meme – Minneapolis lawyer Derek Allen of Winthrop Weinstein on their Duets Blog
- Facebook’s “Look Back” videos send reminder: Get digital accounts in order before death – Columbus lawyer Sara Hutchins Jodka of Porter Wright on their Employer Law Report
- Licensing Killed the Radio Star: When Retailers Need Music Licenses – Daniel J. Brody and Andrew J. Ferren of Goulston & Storrs on the firm’s blog, the Retail Law Advisor
- On Campaign Payment of Legal Fees, Contrasting Views From Christie – Washington, DC attorney Brian Svoboda of Perkins Coie on the firm’s blog, In the Arena: Law and Politics Update
- Legal business development: You’ve got to stand out. – Business development strategist Julie Fleming of Lexinnova on her blog, innovate
- Employee Criminally Prosecuted For Taking Employer’s Documents – New Jersey lawyer Jason Gavejian of Jackson Lewis on the firm’s blog, Workplace Privacy, Data Management & Security Report
- Q & A: Driverless cars can be legally road tested in Michigan, now what? – Detroit attorney Steven Gursten of Michigan Auto Law on his blog, Michigan Car & Truck Accident Injury Advocate
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