Before we jump out into today’s Top 10, be sure to check out today’s LXBN Leaders profile as Zosha highlights someone who’s doing something really amazing with their blog—it’s Troy Rosasco of 9/11 Cancer Compensation Claims Information. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 199.
- FTC v. LifeLock — sorry Virginia, there is no Security Claus – Husch Blackwell attorney Peter Sloan writing out of Kansas City, Missouri on the firm’s Byte Back
- No Buried Nazi Gold Train After All? – Boston lawyer Nicholas O’Donnell of Sullivan & Worcester on the firm’s blog, The Art Law Report
- Confederate Flags in the Workplace: How Should an Employer Respond? – Nasheville attorney William Ozier of Bass Berry Sims on the firm’s blog, Tennessee Labor Talk
- Case Study: Chipotle’s Supply Chain Difficulties – Ayako Hobbs and Sarah Rathke of Squire Patton Boggs on the firm’s Global Supply Chain Blog
- What Federal Contractors Should Know About the “Yates Memo” – Nashville lawyer Matthew DeVries on his blog, Best Practices Construction Law
- Smartphone Wars – The Supreme Court Awakens: Samsung Files Petition for Certiorari in New Hope to Harmonize Design Patent Law – Patrick Driscoll, James Wodarski, Michael T. Renaud and Michael Newman of Mintz Levin on the firm’s blog, Global IP Matters
- Theme # 5: Settlement – Tristram Mallett and Kelly Osaka of Osler on the firm’s blog, Canadian Class Action Defence
- Cold Beer Is Apparently Not a Constitutional Right – Washington, DC lawyer Cary Greene of Davis Wright Tremaine on the firm’s Hospitality Law Blog
- Despite “legal pot” laws, employers still hanging tough – Winston-Salem attorney Robin Shea of Constangy on the firm’s blog, Employment & Labor Insider
- Merger As A Solution for the Underperforming Law Firm – Hayse, LLC Director Roger Hayse on their blog Managing Law Firm Transition
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