It’s Friday afternoon and Felix Hernandez is pitching against Jeff Samarzija here in Seattle, so I’m about ready to head down to the ballpark. Before doing so, roll through today’s Top 10. Max Kennerly shares thoughts on how to become better at the practice of law, Jay O’Keeffe asks an interesting question about legal research and Charles Sartain dishes some strong opinions on the shorter word for hydraulic fracturing. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 165.
- Take Off Every Zig: The Risk in Tesla’s “All Our Patent Are Belong to You” Message – Buffalo lawyer Nathaniel Lucek of Hodgson Russ on the firm’s Clean and Green Law Blog
- Speak Easy: Communication Among Lawyers and Clients – Kenneth Grady, CEO of SeyfarthLean Consulting on their blog, Seytlines
- Did a Court Just Allow an Employee FMLA Leave to Care for Her Grandchild? – Chicago attorney Jeff Nowak of Franczek Radelet on the firm’s blog, FMLA Insights
- Employment law BELIEVE IT OR NOT! – Winston-Salem attorney Robin Shea of Constangy on the firm’s blog, Employment & Labor Insider
- This Is Rice: How To Get Better At The Practice Of Law – Philadelphia lawyer Max Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial.
- Frac(k)ing, Parr v. Aruba, and Minority Oppression – Dallas lawyer Charles Sartain of Gray Reed & McGraw on Energy And The Law
- The UAW Forms Local Unions to Represent Workers at VW and Mercedes – Columbus attorney Allen Kinzer of Vorys on the firm’s blog, Vorys on Labor
- EU Cloud Standardisation Guidelines – London lawyer Alistair Maughan of Morrison Foerster on the firm’s blog, Socially Aware
- Legal Research: How Do You Know When Enough Is Enough? – Roanoke appellate lawyer Jay O’Keeffe of Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore on his blog, De Novo
- FTC Sues Amazon for Unlawfully Billing Children from In-App Store – Dallas lawyer Peter Vogel on his Internet, Information Technology & e-Discovery Blog
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