Here’s Thursdays Top 10 in Law Blogs:
- NFL Commissioner’s Powers Affirmed in Eighth Circuit Ruling on Peterson Suspension – Gregg E. Clifton of Jackson Lewis’ Collegiate & Professional Sports Law Blog reviews the high profile case regarding the Minnesota Vikings star running back and potential hall of famer.
- What is the Role of the SEC? – William Mack of the EB-5 Insights blog explains the mission of the SEC and the advantages of EB-5.
- What Lawyers Can Learn from Google About Collaboration – “lawyers, because of their autonomous nature and persistent drive for personal achievement, are neither naturally collaborative nor comfortable as team players”
- New Eye-Popping Statistics: Multinationals Operating in China Should be Aware of Increased Enforcement of Chinese Environmental Laws as Well as the Potential for Blacklisting – Seyfarth Shaw’s Employment Law Lookout
- Medicare’s Proposed Episode Payment Model: 6 Things to Know Now as You Prepare for Later – Martie Ross of the Bridging Business & Healthcare blog goes over the who, what, how, when, and why for the Episode Payment Model.
- When the Convention Parties Are Over: How Public Charities Can Be Involved in the 2016 Elections and Talk about the Issues – The Political Law Briefing explains how public charities can contribute to the 2016 election without violating section 501(c)(3) of the federal tax code which strictly prohibits all charities from engaging in activities to support or oppose candidates for public office.
- LexBlog Leaders: Lael Echo-Hawk Uses the Blog for Her Communities – Our own Zosha Millman takes a walk in the park with our latest LexBlog leader.
- FDA Issues Guidance on Use of Public Human Genetic Variant Databases and Their Use in Personalized Medicine – Foley & Lardner’s Personalized Medicine Bulletin looks into the two draft guidance designed to streamline regulatory oversight for Next Generation Sequencing.
- Criminal Enforcement Protects Trade Secrets Taken By Departed Employees – Trade Secrets & Non-Compete Blog assess the implication of the recent case of the United States v. Nosal with three framing questions.