I was hoping we’d see some reaction to the California Labor Commission’s decision that Uber drivers are employees, and we have just that—from two bloggers, both here in the Top 10. Over on LXBN, Zosha profiles Shawn Collins, who uses his blog in his effort to fight back against polluters. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 178.
- Decrypting what you need to know about encryption keys – Kansas City lawyer Deborah Juhnke of Huscsh Blackwell on the firm’s blog, Byte Back
- Twitter: More than just Social Media – Philadelphia attorney Christopher Varano of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s blog, the Securities Compliance Sentinel
- U.S. EPA and the Army Corps Finalize Much-Anticipated “Waters of the United States” Definition – Milwaukee lawyer Louis Thorson of Foley & Lardner on the firm’s blog, Manufacturing Industry Advisor
- New York’s ‘Enough is Enough’ to Become Law – Pittsburgh lawyer Bethany Swaton Wagner of Jackson Lewis on the firm’s Collegiate & Professional Sports Law Blog
- FCC Proposes Record $100 Million Penalty for Alleged Violations of Open Internet Transparency Rule – Washington, DC lawyer K.C. Halm of Davis Wright Tremaine on the firm’s blog, Open Internet Law Advisor
- Labor Commissioner’s ruling against Uber widely misunderstood by media – Los Angeles attorney Anthony Zaller on his California Employment Law Report
- USPTO Rejects Controversial Tennessee Logo – Nashville attorney Randy Michels of Trust Tree on their blog, The Root
- Do You “Work For” Uber? – Massachusetts attorney Stephen Rosenberg of The Wagner Law Group in his Boston ERISA & Insurance Litigation Blog
- Boston 2024: Olympics Brought to You By Sam Adams? – Nashville lawyer Justin McNaughton of Stites & Harbison on the firm’s blog, TechAttaché
- Big data and IoT – a match with troubles… – Milan lawyer Giulio Coraggio of DLA Piper on the firm’s blog, Technology’s Legal Edge
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