Naturally, on the night we President Obama announces his efforts, we have no immigration reform posts in the Top 10. Think we’ve covered that enough so far, and will again soon. Instead, Brian Daughney has an interesting piece on crowdfunding Thanksgiving. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 182.
- The State and Local GMO Regulatory Landscape – Post-Election Edition – Washington, DC lawyer Peter Whitfield of BakerHostetler on the firm’s North America Shale Blog
- FTC and Wyndham to Mediate Dispute Over FTC Data-Security Authority – Washington, DC attorney Meena Harris of Covington & Burling on the firm’s blog, InsidePrivacy
- BofA Underwater Mortgage Cases Hit Supreme Court – Philip R. Stein and Sacha A. Boegem of Bilzin Sumberg on the firm’s Mortgage Crisis Watch
- When is the fine print too fine? – Georgia attorney Ken Shigley in his Atlanta Injury Law Blog
- Am I Allowed to Crowdfund my Thanksgiving Dinner? – New York lawyer Brian Daughney of Becker & Poliakoff on The Corporate & Capital Law Blog
- Telemedicine Technology: Tackling Rural Health Care Challenges – Tampa lawyer Nathaniel Lacktman of Foley & Lardner on the firm’s blog, Health Care Law Today
- Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast – Interview with Ambassador Sepulveda – Washington, DC lawyer Stewart Baker of Steptoe & Johnson on the Steptoe Cyberblog
- EPA Announces New Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule for Oil and Gas Sector – Cleveland lawyer Daniel Kavouras of BakerHostetler on their North America Shale Blog
- Marriott Wants FCC Guidance on How Far Venues Can Go to Control Their Wi-Fi Networks – Arlington, VA lawyer Peter Tannenwald of Fletcher Heald & Hildreth on the firm’s CommLawBlog
- Wait for the “Green” Light Before Making Environmentally Friendly Claims – Foley & Lardner lawyer Samuel Rosati on the firm’s blog, Manufacturing Industry Advisor
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