It’s Monday and we’re back at it. Before heading out into a dreary evening, a look at the best posts on the LexBlog Network and, in there, a familiar topic—an NLRB ruling that isn’t going over so well. Over on LXBN, Zosha writes on some HR horrors to avoid this Halloween. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 203.
- Divorce & Hidden Money: Searching For Assets Laundered Through Real Estate – Manhattan fraud investigation lawyer Fred Abrams in his Asset Search Blog
- Federal Raids on Tribal Hemp Operation Raise Questions About True Effect of DOJ Tribal Marijuana Memo – Seattle lawyer Lael Echo-Hawk of Garvey Schubert Barer on the firm’s blog, Smoke Signals
- NLRB Ruling is Problematic for Employer Workplace Investigation Policies – New York lawyer Mitchell Boyarski of Gibbons on the firm’s blog, Employment Law Alert
- “What is Stopping Our Teams From Changing?” In-House Counsel Ask at LMA Tech Conference – Legal marketing expert Lindsay Griffiths of International Lawyers Network on Zen & The Art of Legal Networking
- China Health Care: Kudos Are in Order – Seattle lawyer Dan Harris of Harris & Moure on the firm’s China Law Blog
- Court “Likes” Labor Board’s Decision for Employees Fired Over Facebook Comments – Minneapolis lawyer Dennis Merley of Felhaber Larson on the firm’s MN Employment Law Report
- A Cross-Border Finance Lawyer Examines Differences in Canadian and U.S. Corporate Practice – Victoria Saxon of Hodgson Russ on the firm’s blog, Smarter Way to Cross
- Can I Take Control Of An Irresponsible Relative’s Finances? – Atlanta lawyer Scott Riddle on his blog, the Georgia Bankruptcy Law Network
- Amazon Sues 1,114 Fiverr.com Users for Fake Reviews – Whitney C. Gibson and Jordan S. Cohen of Vorys on the firm’s blog, Internet Defamation Attorneys
- Employers Cannot Afford to Ignore Even a Single Incident of Workplace Discrimination – West Bloomfield lawyer Jason Shinn of Shinn Legal on his Michigan Employment Law Advisor
For more of the best, check out LXBN, a complete review of the top insight and commentary across the LexBlog Network.