Well, maybe someday, law students will discuss the Batmobile in class. Today, Michael Strauss of Reed Smith writes on why it’s copyright-protected. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 179.
- Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast – Interview with Jim Lew – Washington, DC lawyer Stewart Baker of Steptoe & Johnson on the Steptoe Cyberblog
- Copyright Protection Goes ‘To the Batmobile!’ says the Ninth Circuit – New York lawyer Michael Strauss of Reed Smith on the firm’s blog, AdLaw By Request
- Double whammy for employer who won’t accommodate pregnancy — but will the EEOC’s case survive? – Winston-Salem attorney Robin Shea of Constangy on the firm’s blog, Employment & Labor Insider
- Whistleblowers, Secret Swiss Bank Accounts & Recovering Hidden Assets – Manhattan fraud investigation lawyer Fred Abrams in his Asset Search Blog
- “Metrics” is Not a Dirty Word When it Comes to Content Marketing – Legal marketing expert Lindsay Griffiths of International Lawyers Network on Zen & The Art of Legal Networking
- Can Supply Chains Be Completely Transparent? – Sarah Rathke of Squire Patton Boggs on the firm’s Global Supply Chain Law Blog
- North Face Scales Sanyang Applications For Clothing and Services – Ira S. Sacks and Rachel B. Rudensky of Akerman on the firm’s blog, Marks, Works & Secrets
- Tribal Marijuana Compact Represents Best of Tribal-State Relations – Seattle lawyer Lael Echo-Hawk of Garvey Schubert Barer on the firm’s blog, Smoke Signals
- Wage and Hour Claims Menace Producers – Dallas lawyer Charles Sartain of Gray Reed & McGraw on Energy And The Law
- Is Seventy the New Thirty? – Financial risk analyst Susan Mangiero of Fiduciary Leadership, LLC in her blog, Pension Risk Matters
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