Canadian litigation of course has no bearing on United States law, but there’s a very interesting ruling coming out north of the border—where someone who went around a paywall got hit with a copyright infringement ruling. Check out ILN IP Insider’s post on the matter. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 204.
- What You Need to Know About Changes to Social Security – Boston lawyer Andrea Dunbar of Burns Levinson on the Divorce Law Monitor
- High Wire Balancing Act in Paris Climate Talks – Washington, DC attorney Gary Guzy of Covington on the firm’s blog, Global Policy Watch
- When an Improperly Submitted Proposal is Still Acceptable – Seattle lawyer Shaun Kennedy of Oles Morrison on the firm’s blog, The Procurement Playbook
- Law Firm Succession-Key Elements for Today and Tomorrow – Andrew Jillson, Director and Co-Founder at Hayse, LLC on their blog, Managing Law Firm Transition
- Keeping secrets: a refresher on confidentiality agreements – Toronto attorney Sara Josselyn of Norton Rose on the firm’s blog, Deal Law Wire
- Does Ruling in Favor of Wrongful Discharge in Violation of Public Policy Claim Have Broader Implications for Employers – West Bloomfield lawyer Jason Shinn of Shinn Legal on his Michigan Employment Law Advisor
- Be Careful How You Get Over the Paywall: Recent Canadian Decision Holds That Non-Subscribing Reader of Paywall Article Infringed Copyright–
- So Boring but So Important – Vendor Service Agreements – Miami lawyer Sharon Quinn Dixon of Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson on the firm’s blog, BeLabor the Point
- The War for Talent: It’s On –
- Why Aren’t Plaintiff Lawyers Filing More Cases? – Jackson, Mississippi attorney Philip Thomas on the blog Mississippi Litigation Review and Commentary
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