February already? Whew. Time absolutely flies. But though February is here, we still have some interesting looks back at 2015—one being Michelle O’Neil’s look at the big wins for LGBT rights last year. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 211.
- Backdoors to encryption protocols vs. cybersecurity: weighing priorities in the U.S. and abroad – Boston lawyer Kathleen Porter of Robinson+Cole on the firm’s blog, Data Privacy + Security Insider
- New California Employment Laws for 2016 – Sacramento lawyer Tony DeCristoforo on the Stoel Rives World of Employment
- FDA Releases Draft Guidance for Medical Device Cybersecurity – Jordan Cohen of Mintz Levin on the firm’s blog, Health Law & Policy Matters
- China Litigation and Arbitration, Part 3: China Consultants and the Liabilities THEY Face – Seattle lawyer Dan Harris of Harris & Moure on the firm’s China Law Blog
- NCAA Settlement Could Promote Concussion Prevention and Treatment, but Leaves Member Institutions on the Hook for Future Lawsuits – Philip J. Zaccheo and Elizabeth D’Agostino of Bond Schoeneck & King on the firm’s Higher Education Law Report
- New FLSA Exemption Rules – Coming In July? – Chicago lawyer Bill Pokorny of Franczek Radelet on the firm’s blog, Wage & Hour Insights
- Producing Cannabis Extracts in California is a Risky Business – Tiffany Wu of Harris Moure on the firm’s Canna Law Blog
- 5 Wins for LGBT Rights in 2015 – Dallas lawyer Michell O’Neil of O’Neil Wysocki on her blog, Gay & Lesbian Family Law in Texas
- Clients speak clearly. Are law firms hearing the message? – Chicago attorney Patrick J. Lamb of Valorem Law Group at his blog, In Search of Perfect Client Service
- The Value of Forum-Choice Clauses – Dallas lawyer Barry Barnett of Susman Godfrey on his blog, The Contingency
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