Big news for NBA fans as a Los Angeles judge ruled that Donald Sterling must hand over the Clippers. In other important news, Greenberg Traurig’s pro bono lawyers are providing counsel to undocumented migrant children, and shareholders Bill Silverman and Caroline Heller spoke about why representing children is important for due process. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 145.
- Yes, sexual harassment plaintiff, you can shoot yourself in the foot. Here’s how. – Tommy Eden stepping in for Robin Shea on her blog Employment & Labor Insider.
- 9/11 Commission Gingerly Embraces “Direct Action” Against Hackers – Steptoe & Johnson’s cybersecurity expert Stewart Baker for the firm’s Steptoe Cyberblog.
- No Coach Necessary for Potty-Mouth Employee – Detroit lawyer Philip Phillips for Foley & Lardner’s Labor & Employment Law Perspectives.
- Mobile Application: Security Best Practices – Davis Wright Tremaine’s Joanne Morton in the firm’s blog, Payment Law Advisor.
- What to Expect When Your Employee is Expecting – Vicki Sproat of Henderson Franklin for South Florida Employment Law Blog.
- Harley-Davidson Booze Coming Soon? – Minnesota attorney Steve Baird in DuetsBlog.
- A new Ohio weapon against patent trolls? – Ohio lawyer Dan Miller in Porter Wright’s blog, Technology Law Source.
- Rebranding: What happens when it goes wrong? – Mari-Elise Taube for Trademarkology.
- Please Stop Calling Amazon A Monopoly – Trial lawyer Max Kennerly in his blog Trial & Litigation.
- Summer Blockbuster: Justice Department Issues Proposed Rule That Would Require Movie Theaters Nationwide to Provide Captioning and Audio Description Listening Devices – John Egan of Seyfarth Shaw for ADA Title III News & Insights
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