Whew, Friday’s here already—and, amazingly, as we wrap up for the day it’s still light out here in Seattle. Even though it’s chilly, spring is coming. On the LexBlog Network today, I continue to be impressed by the interesting writing Rich Beem does on patents. He has a good one on Legos today.
- What To Expect From OSHA In 2016 And Beyond … – Mark A. Lies, II, Patrick D. Joyce, and Adam R. Young of Seyfarth Shaw on the firm’s blog, Environmental & Safety Law Update
- The Politics of ‘Talking Politics’ in the Workplace: Some Basic Steps for Navigating Political Speech at Work – Palo Alto attorney Karen Wentzel of Squire Patton Boggs on the firm’s blog, Employment Law Worldview
- Another Take on Takings: The U.S. Supreme Court to Consider How the “Parcel as a Whole” Rule Applies to Historic Subdivisions – Portland lawyer Carrie Richter of Garvey Schubert Barer on the firm’s blog, Northwest Land Law Forum
- The Other Shoe Just Dropped: Cyber Insurer Sues in Oregon to Avoid First Party Benefits for Malware Event – Portland lawyer Seth Row of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn on the firm’s blog, The Northwest Policyholder
- President Obama Radically Expands EEO-1 Reporting Requirements – Baltimore attorney Fiona W. Ong of Shawe Rosenthal LLP for the firm’s blog The Labor & Employment Report
- Relating a Software Copyright Infringement Claim Back to its Source – Boston lawyer Scott Bertulli of Proskauer on the firm’s New England IP Blog
- Termination checklists: five considerations to start with – California attorney Anthony Zaller of Van Vleck Turner & Zaller on their California Employment Law Report
- Happy Data Protection Day! ICO and Senate Committee’s spotlight on data protection –
- EEOC Retaliation Guidance, Part 1: You gotta be “protected”! – Winston-Salem attorney Robin Shea of Constangy on the firm’s blog, Employment & Labor Insider
- Billion Dollar Lego Patent – Chicago lawyer Richard Beem on his blog, Beem on Patents
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