It’s the season for ‘year in review’ posts and, honestly, I kind of like it. Always interesting to see the various synopses in niche and nuanced areas of the law. Today, the folks at Trading Secrets have a good one. Over on LXBN, Zosha writes on potential trouble ahead for net neutrality. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 188.
- Top 10 Developments/Headlines in Trade Secret, Computer Fraud, and Non-Compete Law in 2015 –
- If Interesting and Prosperous is a Choice, I’ll Take Door Number Two: Perspectives on 2016 – Philadelphia lawyer Rick Jones of Dechert on the firm’s blog, Crunched Credit
- Small Business Contracting May Be Very Different in 2016 –
- Case Example of Quick Peek Type of Production Without Full Manual Review – Orlando lawyer Ralph Losey of Jackson Lewis on the firm’s blog, E-Discovery Law Today
- The First Mistake was Calling it a Science – Corporate investigator Philip Segal of Charles Griffin Intelligence on their blog, The Ethical Investigator
- Ch-Ch-Changes? Mandatory Fees for Public Employees At Issue Before the Supreme Court – Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Shipman & Goodwin in his Connecticut Employment Law Blog
- Go Fish: Do General Discovery Rules Apply to a Litigant’s Facebook Posts? –
- Lessons from an Epic Case — Bring Your Checkbook – Dallas lawyer Barry Barnett of Susman Godfrey on his blog, The Contingency
- No Lump on the Head for One Contractor’s Failure to Follow Public Bid Instructions – Nashville lawyer Matthew Devries of Burr & Forman on his blog, Best Practices Construction Law
For more of the best, check out LXBN, a complete review of the top insight and commentary across the LexBlog Network.