In today’s Top 10, we have what might be my favorite post I’ve seen on the LexBlog Network in some time—Chicago IP attorney Rich Beem utilizes his interaction with the USPTO director to craft a blog post and doesn’t hold back with his thoughts on what she’s doing. Great stuff. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 202.
- A high mark (would you believe an A+?) for the SEC – Robert Lamm on Gunster’s blog, The Securities Edge
- Coke Walks Tightrope in ZERO Branding – Minneapolis lawyer Steve Baird of Winthrop & Weinstine on the firm’s Duets Blog
- “Half-Time” Overtime: The Fair Labor Standards Act’s Fluctuating Workweek Method [Wage & Hour FAQs] – Chicago lawyer Doug Hass of Franczek Radelet on his blog, Wage & Hour Insights
- Common Bicycle Injuries and How to Avoid Them – Dallas attorney Kay Van Wey on her blog, AdvoKayte
- 3 Nails in the Coffin of ‘Compliance 1.0′ – Donna Boehme of the National Whistleblowers Center on their Whistleblowers Protection Blog
- National Roadmap for Health Data Sharing: FTC Advocates Preservation of Privacy and Competition – Jennifer S. Geetter and Carla A. R. Hine of McDermott Will & Emery on the firm’s blog, Of Digital Interest
- Is telecommuting a reasonable accommodation, or is it not? – Winston-Salem attorney Robin Shea of Constangy on the firm’s blog, Employment & Labor Insider
- Intern-al Affairs III: The Interns Are Learning – and That May be Bad for You – Arlington attorney Kevin Goldberg of Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth on the firm’s CommLawBlog
- Patent System under Attack: Interview with USPTO Director Michelle Lee – Chicago lawyer Richard Beem on his blog, Beem on Patents
- Gawker FLSA Collective Action Illustrates Clash of Technology and Law – Roseland, New Jersey attorney Mark Tabakman of Fox Rothschild on their Wage & Hour – Developments & Highlights blog.
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