There are patents for everything. Seriously, everything. We know this, but it’s always interesting when you get down into the specifics—as Paul Swanson does today on patents for…potato chips. Yep. Over on LXBN, Zosha writes up how the Payment Transparency Order has a bit of bite to it. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 202.
- What Is Management? Are You a Manager or a Contributor? – Washington, DC attorney Dana Frix of Chadbourne & Parke on the firm’s blog, TMT Perspectives
- What if companies treated their money like their information? – Peter Sloan of Husch Blackwell on the firm’s blog, Byte Back
- Lawyer as Gatekeeper: Ending up on the wrong side of the law – Shawn Irving and Carly Fidler of Osler on the firm’s Risk Management and Crisis Response blog
- With the “Big Game” Approaching, Stations Should Be Careful About Use of Trademarks in Their Broadcasts and Promotions – Ari Meltzer and Joan Stewart of Wiley Rein on the firm’s blog, Wiley on Media
- The Drone Slayer – Drones & Trespassing – AZ lawyer Michael Fleishman of Breen, Olson & Trenton on their Tuscon Land Use Law Blog
- Q&A Concerning IP Protection and Social Media Issues in the Workplace – Los Angeles lawyer Robert Milligan of Seyfarth Shaw on the firm’s blog, Trading Secrets
- Are Cruise Lines Warning Pregnant Passengers of the Zika Virus? – Miami attorney Jim Walker of Walker & O’Neill on his blog, Cruise Law News
- Your Smart Phone: Are you paying the tax? – Dallas, Texas lawyer coach Cordell Parvin on the Cordell Parvin Blog
- Pro se parties who are sort of not — can you communicate with them? – Cleveland lawyer Karen Rubin of Thompson Hine on the firm’s blog, The Law for Lawyers Today
- Novel Potato Chips: The Patentable Art of Processing Potatoes – Seattle lawyer Paul Swanson of Lane Powell on the firm’s blog, Earth and Table
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