Apologies for this going live a bit later than normal, but we’re here with today’s Top 10 nonetheless. Some highlights: Foley & Lardner’s Matthew Riopelle asks an interesting question, on whether or not driverless cars will be adopted by consumers, and Scott Riddle explains why taking out a payday loan is a horrible idea. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 176.
- The Big Impact from Nixed Recess Appointments: Supreme Court’s rejection of President Obama’s NLRB picks could upset hundreds of decisions. – Chicago lawyer Kenneth Dolin of Seyfarth Shaw on the firm’s Employer Labor Relations Blog
- Waiting for Claim Assignment Doesn’t Toll Statute of Limitations: American Family v. Plunkett – Chicago lawyer Joshua Glazov on his blog, Construction Law Today
- State of the Creative Series: Interview with the Chief Creative Officer at R/GA – New York lawyer Ronald Urbach of Davis & Gilbert on his blog, Madison Ave Insights
- Standing Out in a Sea of Content: A Webinar Recap – Legal marketing expert Lindsay Griffiths of International Lawyers Network on Zen & The Art of Legal Networking
- ProPublica and the Problem With Journalism – Patrick Maines, president of The Media Institute, at the Institute’s Media & Communications Policy Blog
- Personal Audio No Longer Trolling Adam Carolla – Houston lawyer Michael Pham of Winstead on the firm’s blog, WinTech
- Payday Loans: It Could BeThe Worst Decision You Could Make – Atlanta lawyer Scott Riddle on his blog, the Georgia Bankruptcy Law Network
- FedEx Charged with Criminal Distribution in Crackdown on Prescription Drug Abuse – New York lawyer Mik Shin-Li of Perkins Coie on the firm’s blog, White Collar Briefly
- ’90′s Flashback: Prince’s Trademark Cautionary Tale – Nashville lawyer Randy Michels of Stites & Harbison on the firm’s blog, Trademarkology
- Will Self-Driving Cars be Accepted by Consumers? – San Diego attorney Matthew Riopelle of Foley & Lardner on the firm’s blog, Dashboard Insights
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