In a story that’s slipped under the radar a bit but is quite interesting, the DOJ and FTC are taking a close look at competition in the health care sector. If you’re wondering what they’re looking at specifically, Foley & Lardner has a great in-depth breakdown. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 186.
- Fifth Circuit Adjusting Rules to Allow (Some) Technology in the Courtroom – Austin lawyer D. Todd Smith in his Texas Appellate Law Blog
- CEO Depositions: Why Are They Bad Witnesses And How To Gain Their Cooperation – Princeton, NJ lawyer James Kravitz of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s blog, Garden State Gavel
- The Pregnancy Discrimination Laws You Never Knew About – Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Shipman & Goodwin in his Connecticut Employment Law Blog
- House Debating Quickie Election Rules After Senate Disapproval Measure Passed – Atlanta attorney Cary Burke of McKenna Long & Aldridge on the firm’s blog, Labor Relations Today
- Single-Letter Trademark Battles: Who Gets the W for “W”? – Minneapolis lawyer Wes Anderson of Winthrop & Weinstine on the firm’s, DuetsBlog
- A Victory (at Least for Now) for Opponents of the Keystone Pipeline – Irvine attorney Rick Rayl of Nossaman on the firm’s California Eminent Domain Report
- Are We Being Punked? EEOC Files Disability Discrimination Claim Against Disability Services Provider – Birmingham lawyer Anne Yuengert of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings on the firm’s blog, Labor & Employment Insights
- The Auto Industry Is Serious About Connected Car Privacy – Washington, DC attorney Christopher Wolf of Hogan Lovells on the firm’s blog, Chronicles of Data Protection
- Takeaways From the FTC/DOJ Workshop on Health Care Competition – of Foley & Lardner on the firm’s blog, Health Care Law Today
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