Before we jump into today’s roundup, we have two good things over on LXBN. First off, Stef Passantino joins me on LXBN TV to discuss why Oregon could be setting a trend with it’s automatic voter registration. Also, Zosha writes on a Supreme Court case that highlights why we may need a new kind of protected speech. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 202.
- U.S. Supreme Court Issues Decision in Young v. UPS – Sacramento lawyer Beth West of Weintraub Tobin on The Labor and Employment Law Blog
- 3D Printing Series: Can You Put my Boyfriend’s Face Inside That Pizza? – Heili Kim, Justin Pierce, Claudia A. Lewis, Kristen R. Klesh and Tamatane J. Aga of Venable on the firm’s blog, All About Advertising Law
- The Future of Our Transportation Infrastructure and the Impact on Real Estate and Economic Development – Boston lawyer Gregory Sampson of Brown Rudnick on the firm’s blog, Get Real!
- The FCC and the Uncertain Future of Privacy Oversight for Internet Service Providers – Washington, DC attorney Ari Moskowitz of Mintz Levin on the firm’s blog, Privacy & Security Matters
- U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Makes Trademark Opposition Complaints Likely to Increase – New York lawyer James Hastings of Collen Intellectual Property Law on his blog, Trademark Opposition Lawyer
- More Micro Management by the NLRB – Kansas City lawyer Ben McMillen of Husch Blackwell on the firm’s blog, Labor Relations Law Insider
- The Coming Silver Tsunami: Families May Lose 70% in Wealth Transfer – Dallas lawyer Cleve Clinton of Gray Reed & McGraw on the firm’s blog, Tilting The Scales
- Federal Marijuana Policy: When Will Real Change Come? – Seattle lawyer Robert McVay of Harris Moure’s Canna Law Group on their Canna Law Blog
- Inside Higher Ed’s 2015 Survey of College & University Presidents – Syracuse lawyer John Gaal of Bond Schoeneck & King on the firm’s Higher Education Law Report
- There is a Lot More to Law Firm Succession Planning Than Just Planning – Andrew Jillson, Director and Co-Founder at Hayse, LLC on their blog, Managing Law Firm Transition
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