I think I may have mentioned in the past, but Barry Barnett’s publication is one of my favorite recent additions to the LexBlog Network—he writes today the second part of a piece on the Apple e-book price fixing case. Over on LXBN, Zosha talks to network members about Washington, DC’s football team losing its trademarks. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 188.
- IG perspective: adding social media to workplace websites –
- How Much Control Makes a Franchisee an Employee? A Pennsylvania Federal Judge Weighs In. – Pittsburgh lawyer John Gotaskie of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s Franchise Law Update
- Tips for early stage companies and thinking ahead to an exit – Toronto lawyer
- No Fault Employment? – San Diego lawyer Jennifer Rubin of Mintz Levin on the firm’s blog, Employment Matters
- U.S. Museums and Looted Art—Is it Whether you Win or How you Play? – Boston lawyer Nicholas O’Donnell of Sullivan & Worcester on the firm’s blog, The Art Law Report
- Example of bad budget methodology – Chicago lawyer Patrick J. Lamb of Valorem Law Group at his blog, In Search of Perfect Client Service
- Is Labor Arbitrage the Answer or a New Problem? (Part 2) – Kenneth Grady of Seyfarth Shaw for the firm’s blog, SeytLines
- Wisconsin – Criminal Penalties for Improper GPS Use – New Jersey lawyer Jason Gavejian of Jackson Lewis on the firm’s blog, Workplace Privacy, Data Management & Security Report
- Just How “American-Made” is Your Car? – Chicago lawyer Jeffrey Soble of Foley & Lardner on the firm’s blog, Dashboard Insights
- Per Se Melee in E-books Case — Part 2 – Dallas lawyer Barry Barnett of Susman Godfrey on his blog, The Contingency
For more of the best, check out LXBN, a complete review of the top insight and commentary across the LexBlog Network.