I wonder if the EU “right to be forgotten” ruling will ever stop being a point of conversation. My guess is it’ll be a while. Also in today’s Top 10: noncompete agreements, the Florida Gators being tough with their trademark and the Senate discussing student loans. Oh, and Anna writes on a settlement in an NCAA lawsuit over on LXBN. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 168.
- The non-visitor: a story about never saying you’re sorry. – Seattle attorney Karen Koehler on her blog, The Velvet Hammer
- NAD Issues Split Decision in Greek Wrestling Match over Taste Test, Social Media and Providing Free Goods to Bloggers Issues – Randy Shaheen, Amy Mudge and Mark Goodrich of Venable on the firm’s blog, All About Advertising Law
- Europe’s Right to be Forgotten: Full Employment for Investigators – Corporate investigator Philip Segal of Charles Griffin Intelligence on their blog, The Ethical Investigator
- When Good Fabergés Go Bad; Luxury Jeweler Sues Brooklyn Banquet Hall For “Shameless” Appropriation Of Its Mark‘ – New York lawyer Natalie Lederman of Sullivan & Worcester on the firm’s blog, Trending Trademarks
- General Counsel Corner: Important Factor When Hiring a Law Firm – Legal marketing expert Lindsay Griffiths of International Lawyers Network on Zen & The Art of Legal Networking
- Picking a Fight: The State of the Law for Noncompete Agreements in Connecticut – Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Shipman & Goodwin in his Connecticut Employment Law Blog
- Senate holds hearings on student loans – Washington, DC attorney Tina Shin of Ballard Spahr on the firm’s CFPB Monitor
- How Are Government Business Incentives Working for Mississippi’s Economy? – Mississippi attorney Philip Thomas on the blog Mississippi Litigation Review and Commentary
- Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 6/9/14: Changing Interpretive Rules; Benefit / Cost Analysis Summary; Acronyms & Initializations Caution; and Maintenance Week – Washington, DC lawyer Lee Beck on his blog, the Federal Regulations Advisor
- Florida Gators® Protect Their Trademark Habitat – New York lawyer James Hastings of Collen Intellectual Property Law on his blog, Trademark Opposition & Cancellation Guide
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