Multiple strong posts in today’s roundup on the Internet of Things, one of my very favorite subjects. Not only do we have a look at it from a privacy perspective, but an excellent piece on how it pertains to the legal field. Over on LXBN, Zosha profiles Chicago IP lawyer Rich Beem in our LXBN Leaders series. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 172.
- Mid-2015 Mortgage Crisis Update – The Repurchase Demands Continue –
- A Post About Beer! – Kölsch to be Precise – Boston lawyer Lawrence Robins of Sullivan & Worcester on the firm’s blog, Trending Trademarks
- Trademark Application Basics: Correspondence Address and Drawing – Nashville attorney Randy Michels of Trust Tree on their blog, The Root
- Internet of Things needs privacy by design – Milan lawyer Giulio Coraggio of DLA Piper on the firm’s blog, Technology’s Legal Edge
- Three Lessons for Investigators from the FIFA Scandal – Corporate investigator Philip Segal of Charles Griffin Intelligence on their blog, The Ethical Investigator
- Is Brewer’s BOSTON 2024 Ahead of Its Time? – Minneapolis lawyer Martha Engel of Winthrop Weinstine on the firm’s DuetsBlog
- With the Internet of Things Comes the Internet of Law – Kenneth Grady of Seyfarth Shaw for the firm’s blog, SeytLines
- The NCAA And Transgender Student-Athlete Participation –
- NHTSA Seeks to Push Beyond the “New Normal” and into the “New Paradigm” –
- Facebook Freeboots Youtube and Spongebob’s Legacy Lives On – Nashville lawyer Justin McNaughton of Stites & Harbison on the firm’s blog, TechAttaché
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