Today feels like an even stronger than normal day on the LexBlog Network—and a big part of that is Max Kennerly putting something together as he writes today on Walmart’s defense in Tracy Morgan’s lawsuit against them. Also, Nicholas O’Donnell has an excellent piece on graffiti as art. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 194.
- What we can learn from Ernest Hemingway in communicating 401(k) benefits to employees – Jerry Kalish of National Benefit Services on The Retirement Plan Blog
- Client Service: Think Like a Client! – Legal marketing expert Lindsay Griffiths of International Lawyers Network on Zen & The Art of Legal Networking
- UK ICO Issues Guidance on Data Protection and Journalism – from Hunton & Williams’s Privacy and Information Management Practice on their Privacy and Information Security Law Blog
- Changing trustees can be contentious, but there are ways for beneficiaries to ease the process. – Miami attorney Juan Antunez of Stokes McMillan & Antunez in his Florida Probate & Trust Litigation Blog
- Walmart’s Answer To Tracy Morgan’s Lawsuit Is Worse Than You Think – Philadelphia lawyer Max Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
- You Can McDo It, But You Might Get McSued. – Minneapolis lawyer Tim Sitzmann of Winthrop & Weinstine on the firm’s DuetsBlog
- Client Development Coaching for Senior Associates and Junior Partners – Minneapolis lawyer Tim Sitzmann of Winthrop & Weinstine on the firm’s DuetsBlog
- Colorado Supreme Court hears arguments in medical marijuana/discharge case – Alabama lawyer Tommy Eden of Constangy on the firm’s blog, Employment & Labor Insider
- This Email Isn’t Worth the Paper It Isn’t Written On – Seattle attorney Richard Goldfarb of Stoel Rives on the firm’s Food Liability Law Blog
- Graffiti, Vandalism, and Public Expression: Public Art and its Uneasy Relationship with the Law – Boston lawyer Nicholas O’Donnell of Sullivan & Worcester on the firm’s blog, The Art Law Report
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