It’s a little later than normal but we still have the last Top 10 of the week here for you. In it, we have Robin Shea’s usual Friday piece, this one on whether employees can trust HR, and then a good one from Cordell Parvin with a tip on client development. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 169.
- Friday’s Five: Credit checks for applicants or employees – California attorney Anthony Zaller of Van Vleck Turner & Zaller on their California Employment Law Report
- If at first you don’t succeed… moving to stop improper deposition objections – Seattle attorney Karen Koehler on her blog, The Velvet Hammer
- Self Enforcing China Contracts With Powerful Companies – Seattle attorney Steve Dickinson of Harris & Moure on the firm’s China Law Blog
- Personal Branding with the Right to be Forgotten – Jessica Gutierrez Alm of Winthrop & Weinstine on the firm’s DuetsBlog
- From Playa Lakes To Prairie Potholes: Four Things Energy Companies Need to Know About the WOTUS Rule – Denver attorney Mark Barron of BakerHostetler on the firm’s North America Shale Blog
- ATTN: Federal Contractors, Beware of Harassment and Discrimination on Construction Sites – Nashville lawyer Matthew DeVries on his blog, Best Practices Construction Law
- Arbitration: “Not a good deal” – Spartanburg lawyer Ray Mullman of Poliakoff & Associates on the firm’s South Carolina Nursing Home Blog
- Can employees trust Human Resources? – Winston-Salem attorney Robin Shea of Constangy on the firm’s blog, Employment & Labor Insider
- Client Development: One Tip to Attract Clients – Dallas, Texas lawyer coach Cordell Parvin on the Cordell Parvin Blog
- Religious Objection an Insufficient Reason Not to Serve Same-Sex Couples – Pittsburgh lawyer John Gotaskie of Fox Rothschild on the firm’s Franchise Law Update
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