Good stuff abound in today’s Top 10—BeLabor the Point keeps their strong roll going, Max Kennerly writes on what it’s like being a lawyer and Eric Packel breaks down Russia’s new privacy laws. Also, over on LXBN TV, Jay Levine joins me to discuss the revamped Antitrust Law Source. Total posts on the LexBlog Network: 172.
- Clapper Can’t Save Adobe from Data Breach Class Action – Cleveland attorney Michael J. Zbiegien, Jr. of Taft on the firm’s blog, Class Action Law Insight
- Intimidation: An Attention-Grabber for Coaching Football, but a Flag for Coaching Employees – Miami lawyer Kara Nickel of Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson on the firm’s blog, BeLabor the Point
- Key Considerations When Monitoring Employees Using GPS Tracking Devices – Orlando lawyer Lillian Chaves Moon of Jackson Lewis on the firm’s blog, Workplace Privacy, Data Management & Security Report
- How Many Hours of Energy Do You Need to Protect a Brand? – Draeke Weseman of Weseman Law Office, guest blogging on DuetsBlog
- Privacy or Politics? – Russia Seeks More Control Over its Citizens’ Personal Data – Philadelphia lawyer Eric Packel of BakerHostetler on the firm’s blog, Data Privacy Monitor
- Are Lawyer-Hyperlinked Briefs Headed for Extinction? – Austin lawyer D. Todd Smith in his Texas Appellate Law Blog
- J.P. Morgan’s $4.6 Billion in Legal Reserves – Robert M. Siegel and Amy Podolsky of Bilzin Sumberg on the firm’s Mortgage Crisis Watch
- On “Personhood” For Animals – Princeton, NJ lawyer Nancy Halpern of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s blog, Animal Law Update
- To Practice Law Is To Be Afraid – Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
- Thinking about the Criminalization of American Business – Ohio attorney Kevin LaCroix of RT ProExec in his blog, The D & O Diary
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