The legal gray area around smoking “legal” marijuana is a fascinating area. Because what’s legal sometimes isn’t—or at least can still get you in trouble. Karen Rubin has an interesting piece on how it applies to ethics for lawyers. Total posts on the LexBlog Network: 187.
- Finding Your Cheese in the Marketing Law Maze – New York lawyer Ronald Urbach of Davis & Gilbert on his blog, Madison Ave Insights
- FTC’s Lawsuit Against AT&T Wireless Is a Mirage – Washington, DC attorney Dana Frix of Chadbourne & Parke on the firm’s blog, TMT Perspectives
- Cybersecurity: Coming to an Office Near You – Los Angeles lawyer Anthony Orler of Seyfarth Shaw on the firm’s blog, Trading Secrets
- NLRB Draws a Line, Unlikes Employees’ Facebook Posts – Atlanta attorney Brennan Bolt of McKenna Long & Aldridge on the firm’s blog, Labor Relations Today
- State Attorney General Enforces Federal Statute: Something New or Déjà Vu? – Washington, DC lawyer Maria Colsey Heard of Dickstein Shapiro on the firm’s State AG Monitor
- Ebola Quarantines-Learning From Horses – Princeton, NJ lawyer Nancy Halpern of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s blog, Animal Law Update
- The Basic Blocking and Tackling of Successful Law Firm Management – Hayse, LLC Director Roger Hayse on their blog Managing Law Firm Transition
- Pot prescription does not make lawyer’s own use ethical, says North Dakota – Cleveland lawyer Karen Rubin of Thompson Hine on the firm’s blog, The Law for Lawyers Today
- When an Employee Requests FMLA Leave for a Workplace Injury, Is the Employer Required to Report it as an OSHA Event? – Chicago attorney Jeffrey Nowak of Franczek Radelet on the firm’s blog, FMLA Insights
- A Torn Up Pre Nup Is Still Valid – New York lawyer Daniel Clement at his blog, the New York Divorce Report
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