All kinds of crazy stuff in today’s Top 10, but I’m not sure it can get any crazier than finding a buried train full of lost Nazi gold— Nicholas O’Donnell takes a look at that today. Also, the Ashley Madison hack continues to be a very interesting subject for the network. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 188.
- What to Make of Nazi “Gold Train” Supposedly Buried in Poland – Boston lawyer Nicholas O’Donnell of Sullivan & Worcester on the firm’s blog, The Art Law Report
- The Best Instagram Advice You’re Not Taking – Legal marketing expert Lindsay Griffiths of International Lawyers Network on Zen & The Art of Legal Networking
- Ashley Madison: First Amendment Protections Don’t Travel Well – Corporate investigator Philip Segal of Charles Griffin Intelligence on their blog, The Ethical Investigator
- Miranda Rights In The Workplace? Not Quite, But Meet His Cousin Weingarten – Miami lawyer Freddy Perera of Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson on the firm’s blog, BeLabor the Point
- Energy Regulators Respond to Increasing Cyber Threats to the Grid – Chris Townsend, Chris Skey and Adam Margolin of Quarles & Brady on the firm’s blog, Safe & Sound
- What the Ashley Madison hack tells us about M&A security risk – Toronto lawyer Jeffrey Spiegel on the firm’s blog, Deal Law Wire
- Marijuana Driving Laws: No Simple Solution – Daniel Shortt of Harris Moure on the firm’s Canna Law Blog
- Courts Everywhere are Finding Software Patents Invalid, So What Next? – San Jose lawyer Mansi H. Shah of Valorem Law Group on the firm’s blog, Flat Fee IP
- Parsing USPTO Petitions Data – Washington, DC lawyer Courtenay Brinckerhoff of Foley & Lardner on the firm’s blog, PharmaPatents
- When Data Hacks Lead to D&O Lawsuits, Actual and Threatened – Ohio attorney Kevin LaCroix of RT ProExec in his blog, The D & O Diary
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