We’re back at it on a sunny Monday in Seattle. In today’s Top 10, Ray Mullman has some interesting commentary on the prospect of family members using webcams to keep an eye on loved ones in nursing homes. Over on LXBN, Zosha writes on a legal story involving Johnny Depp’s Yorkies.
- An Open Letter to the Department of Labor Concerning The Proposed Changes To Exemptions for White Collar Regulations – Long Island attorney Noel Tripp of Jackson Lewis on the firm’s blog Wage & Hour Law Update
- Dos and Don’ts of Conference Networking – Legal marketing expert Lindsay Griffiths of International Lawyers Network on Zen & The Art of Legal Networking
- Transgender and Sexual Orientation Anti-Discrimination Protections — Maybe Not Yet the Law of the Land, But Your Policies Better Include Them – Orlando lawyer John Lord, Jr. of Foley & Larnder on the firm’s blog, Labor & Employment Perspectives
- Managing the Risks of Renewable Energy Projects in Developing Countries – Jeffrey Karp, Jim Wrathall and Morgan Gerard of Sullivan & Worcester on the firm’s Energy Finance Report
- Congratulations Law Graduates – Now Just Clear the Bar! – Seattle attorney Robert Zierman on his Boundary Dispute Law Blog
- Will The FTC Issue Native Advertising Guidelines in 2015? – Ted Max and Nicole Bagood of Sheppard Mullin on the firm’s Fasion & Apparel Law Blog
- Pew continues call for checking account arbitration ban and overdraft limits – Philadelphia lawyer Barbara Mishkin of Ballard Spahr on the firm’s CFPB Monitor
- Effort to Hide Facebook Evidence by Deactivating Account Ends Badly for Louisiana Man – Jake Perkowski and J. Alexander Lawrence of Morrison & Foerster on the firm’s blog, SociallyAware
- Using Webcams to Communicate With Residents – Spartanburg lawyer Ray Mullman of Poliakoff & Associates on the firm’s South Carolina Nursing Home Blog
- Family “culture” eats estate-planning “structure” for breakfast — “and then spits out the bones” – Miami attorney Juan Antunez of Stokes McMillan & Antunez in his Florida Probate & Trust Litigation Blog
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