Today’s Top Ten is chalked full of privacy law posts (though some do cross over into employment too). In the privacy realm, InfoLawGroup has an interesting piece busting one big misconception on California’s new breach law. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 191.
- The Death of Courtesy and Civility Under the National Labor Relations Act – Palo Alto lawyer Aurora Kaiser of Morrison Foerster on the firm’s blog, Socially Aware
- California Amends Data Breach Notification Law, Does Not Require Mandatory Offering of Credit Monitoring – West Palm Beach lawyer Andrew Hoffman on the InfoLawGroup blog
- Regulating the Internet “Like a Utility” Won’t Yield an Open Internet – Unless … – Arlington, VA attorney Mitchell Lazarus of Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth on the firm’s CommLawBlog
- Déjà Vu All Over Again: EEOC’s Fiscal Year-End Lawsuit Blitz Once Again Catches Dozens Of Employers In Litigation Net – Gerald L. Maatman, Jr., Christopher DeGroff, and Matthew Gagnon of Seyfarth Shaw on the firm’s blog, EEOC Year-End Countdown
- The latest surge in data breaches highlight key takeaways for employers – Columbus lawyer Brian Hall of Porter Wright on the firm’s Employer Law Report
- Use of Big Data in Recruiting and Screening Could Mean Big Problems for Employers – Boston attorney Robert Sheridan of Mintz Levin on the firm’s blog, Employment Matters
- Wall St. Journal Lists Troubled Franchise Brands – Iowa lawyer Rush Nigut of Brick Gentry in his blog, Rush on Business
- Opt In or Opt Out or Both? Collective and Class Actions in Wage & Hour Cases – Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Shipman & Goodwin in his Connecticut Employment Law Blog
- Ponemon Institute Releases Second Annual Study on Data Breach Preparedness – Washington, DC lawyer Morgan Kennedy of Covington & Burling on the firm’s blog, InsidePrivacy
- Ecstasy Tragedy: Clemson Student Knocked Off Radar Platform – Miami attorney Jim Walker of Walker & O’Neill on his blog, Cruise Law News
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