It’s a good day for McGuireWoods in the Top 10 as a pair make it, and a couple of my favorite law bloggers too in Seth Borden and Andrew Trask. Also, DuetsBlog has an excellent piece on the VW scandal’s impact on branding.
- UPS Settlement Signals That Pregnant Workers Are Expecting Job Accommodations – New York lawyer Barbara Hoey of Kelley Drye on the firm’s blog, Labor Days
- Religious Accommodations – A Beastly Concern – Baltimore lawyer Fiona W. Ong of Shawe Rosenthal on the firm’s blog, The Labor & Employment Report
- Practical guide to asset division in a Texas divorce – Dallas lawyer Michelle O’Neil of O’Neil Wysocki on her Dallas Divorce Law Blog
- New PCI Guidance Provides Businesses With Security Incident Response Assistance – Philadelphia lawyer Kathryn Mellinger of BakerHostetler on the firm’s Data Privacy Monitor
- Back to the Future: Court Okays Love Canal Residents’ Tort Claims – Betsy Mason of Bernkopf Goodman on the firm’s blog, MassLaw Environmental
- Senator Sanders (I/D-VT) Re-Introduces Employee Free Choice Act – New York lawyer Seth Borden of McGuireWoods on the firm’s blog, Labor Relations Today
- Winning the daily war within – Chicago lawyer Patrick J. Lamb of Valorem Law Group at his blog, In Search of Perfect Client Service
- Celebrity Chefs Cook Up Trademark Success in Nashville – Nashville attorney Randy Michels of Trust Tree on their blog, The Root
- Fallout for the “Made in Germany” Brand – Minneapolis lawyer David Pabian of Winthrop Weinstine on the firm’s DuetsBlog
- Can lawyers barter their services? Connecticut ethics opinion says “Yes.” – Cleveland lawyer Karen Rubin of Thompson Hine on the firm’s blog, The Law for Lawyers Today
- Practical Rhetoric – Pleading & Plausibility – London attorney Andrew Trask of McGuireWoods on the firm’s blog, Class Action Countermeasures
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