It’s a rule: I haven’t read enough on a big employment law subject until I get Robin Shea’s Friday column on it, and this week she provides a full breakdown of the EEOC’s pregnancy discrimination guidance. Also Mark Dombroff writes on the lessons learns from Malaysia Airlines between the airline’s two recent tragedies. Total posts on the LexBlog Network: 164. Have a great weekend, all.
- Is There Attorney-Client Privilege in a Facebook Post? – Baltimore lawyer Fiona Wong of Shaw Rosenthal on the firm’s blog, The Labor & Employment Report
- Beverage Trademark Disputes Keep on Brewing – New York lawyer James Hastings of Collen Intellectual Property Law on his blog, Trademark Opposition & Cancellation Guide
- MH 17: Lessons Learned from MH 370 – McLean, VA lawyer Mark Dombroff of McKenna Long & Aldridge on the firm’s blog, Plane-ly Spoken
- A Fight from Start to Finish: How a California Trust can go from bad to worse…and then to Court – California lawyer Keith Davidson of Albertson & Davidson on the firm’s blog California Trust, Estate & Probate Litigation
- Who Gives a Darn If Clients Are Satisfied? – Legal marketing specialist Tom Kane of Kane Consulting Inc. in his Legal Marketing Blog
- Synthetic Investment in U.S. Real Estate by Foreign Investors – Miami attorney Jeffrey Rubinger of Bilzin Sumberg on the firm’s blog, Taxes Without Borders
- The CFPB at Year Three: A Look Back, and a Look Forward – Jonathan Pompan and Alexandra Megaris of Venable on the firm’s blog, All About Advertising Law
- Design and the Legal Industry – Kenneth Grady, CEO of SeyfarthLean Consulting, on their blog, SeytLines
- An in-depth look at the EEOC’s new Enforcement Guidance on pregnancy – Winston-Salem attorney Robin Shea of Constangy on the firm’s blog, Employment & Labor Insider
- Record Number of Data Breaches for New Yorkers in 2013 – New York lawyer Boris Segalis on the InfoLawGroup blog
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