Just like yesterday, we continue to see a lot of Supreme Court analysis. Also in today’s Top 10, Patrick Maines has interesting commentary on the human element of war and Lindsay Griffiths continues her excellent Two for Tuesdays series. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 193.
- Are Unpaid Summer Internships on Their Way Out? – Nashville attorney Lymari Cromwell of Bass Berry Sims on the firm’s blog, Tennessee Labor Talk
- FMLA Benefits May Be Extended for Same-Sex Spouses – Philadelphia lawyer Tiffani McDonough of Obermayer on the firm’s blog, HR Legalist
- The Iskanian Decision: California Supreme Court Partly Retreats on Arbitration – Chicago attorney Kirk Jenkins of Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold on the firm’s blog, The Appellate Strategist
- The Human Element of War – Patrick Maines, president of The Media Institute, at the Institute’s Media & Communications Policy Blog
- Two for Tuesdays: Successful Content Marketing Strategies – Legal marketing expert Lindsay Griffiths of International Lawyers Network on Zen & The Art of Legal Networking
- Natty Light Proves Even Bad Products Need Trademark Protection – Tennessee patent attorney Bill Ferrell for Trademarkology
- Simplicity and the Law – Kenneth Grady, CEO of SeyfarthLean Consulting, on their blog, SeytLines
- First Take on Halliburton II: The Price-Impact Rule May Not Have Much Practical Impact – Seattle attorney Douglas Greene of Lane Powell on the firm’s blog, D&O Discourse
- How The Supreme Court Decision In Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank Undermines The USPTO Subject Matter Eligibility Guidance – Washington, DC lawyer Courtenay Brinckerhoff of Foley & Lardner on the firm’s blog, PharmaPatents
- Securities Fraud Class Actions Survive Thanks to Stare Decisis -West Palm Beach attorney Dan Bushell on his blog, the Florida Appellate Review
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