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The Roundup: This Week’s Recommended Reading (April 4, 2014)

Welcome to The Roundup for the week ending April 4. We have lots of thought-provoking pieces to share this week. From Around the Web - Tell Your Whole Story in an Interview: Make an impression in job interviews by...more

Rhode Island Enacts "Ban the Box" Law Prohibiting Employment Application Criminal History Inquiries Until the First Job Interview

Effective January 1, 2014, a recent amendment to Rhode Island law will restrict the timing of pre-employment inquiries by Rhode Island employers about a job applicant's criminal past. Employers who are covered by the law may...more

Job Interviews in Germany: No Right to ask Applicants about Preliminary Investigations by Public Prosecution Office

The German Federal Labor Court (Bundesarbeitsgericht) recently passed a decision (BAG, November 11, 2012 – 6 AZR 339/11) that dealt with an “evergreen” of German labor law: What questions employers may ask in interviews with...more

Patent Office Litigation Update: Conducting CRU Oral Hearings in Ex Parte Reexamination [Video]

Under the new contested proceeding rules, a patent owner or a third-party requester can file an ex parte reexamination request. In such cases, an interview at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Central Reexamination Unit...more

Q&A With Carlton Fields' Sam Salario

Sam J. Salario Jr. is a shareholder in Carlton Fields’ Tampa office specializing in securities litigation and class actions. Q: What is the most challenging case you have worked on and what made it...more

JDB 025: Ride the Long Tail to Google Success – Interview with Spencer Haws of Niche Pursuits

Have you ever looked at the law firms at the top of the Google results and wonder what they have that you don’t? In this week’s episode of the JDBlogger Podcast I interview Spencer Haws the owner of the popular blog and...more

The Jodi Arias Trial: Justice Run Amok

Forgive me, as a former federal prosecutor for 17 years, it is hard to watch the Jodi Arias trial, not because she is guilty and deserves the death penalty but because of the incredibly poor performance by Judge Sherry...more

JDB 024: Build Your Law Practice with Twitter – Interview with Attorney-Author Jared Correia

Twitter. I would guess that this is probably the least understood and most underutilized social media platform by lawyers. And when you think about it Twitter only gives you 140 characters (characters, not words!) to get...more

Q&A With Morrison & Foerster's Deanne Maynard

Deanne E. Maynard is a partner in Morrison & Foerster LLP's Washington, D.C., office. She chairs the firm's appellate and U.S. Supreme Court practice group and is a former assistant to the solicitor general at the United...more

JDB 023: Taking it to the Next Level – Interview with The Podcast Answerman Cliff Ravenscraft

Today’s special guest on the JDBlogger Podcast is the Podcast Answerman himself, Cliff Ravenscraft. Cliff is a prolific podcaster having released more than 3,000 podcast episodes and is widely considered the authority on...more

Q&A With Morrison & Foerster's Gary Lee

Gary S. Lee is a partner in Morrison & Foerster LLP's New York office. He is co-chairman of the firm's finance department and chairman of the firmwide business restructuring and insolvency group. Lee advises clients on...more

Q&A With Carlton Fields' Steven Brodie

Steven Brodie, a shareholder with Carlton Fields, is a commercial litigator in state and federal courts. Q: What is the most challenging case you have worked on and what made it challenging? Originally...more

Q&A With Carlton Fields' Wendy Lumish

Q: What is the most challenging case you have worked on and what made it challenging? A: Frankly, many of my cases are extremely challenging because I am generally defending a large corporation against a horribly injured...more

Q&A With Bilzin Sumberg's Scott Baena

Scott L. Baena is a senior partner with Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod LLP in Miami and chairman of the firm's restructuring and bankruptcy group. His practice focuses on creditor's rights, workouts, bankruptcy and...more

How To Unseat The Competition

Here is something they never taught you in law school: No one changes lawyers unless they first question the value they get from their current lawyer. Shaking a client loose from the comfort of an existing relationship...more

Q&A With Morrison & Foerster's Chris Carr

Chris Carr is co-chairman of the Morrison & Foerster LLP's cleantech group and chairman of the firm's environment and energy group. Carr has focused his practice on permitting and litigation under the federal Endangered...more

Interview with Michael Whitt Q.C. on his new Flipboard Magazine

Bennett Jones consistently tries to find new ways to inform, engage and provide clients with interesting content that may be of interest to their area of business. With an ever-increasing use of mobile technology, finding...more

Q&A With Bilzin Sumberg's Mitch Widom

As a young lawyer, I was retained by the state of Florida to represent a former legislative aide that had been accused by a member of the House of Representatives of falsely accusing him of sexual harassment to oust him out...more

How to look good on television

“In the future, everybody will be world-famous for 15 minutes,” Andy Warhol said. Let’s say your time has arrived—your social media messaging has caught the attention of an old-media platform and you have the chance to be...more

Global HR Hot Topic - April 2013: Internal Investigations in Overseas Workplaces

Challenge: In America, internal investigations into suspicions and allegations of employee misconduct follow an increasingly well-defined approach. But exporting US investigatory best practices raises unexpected...more

Deja Vu

Litigation Value: Nothing for Pam, but I’m sure the Philly real estate employees have plenty of gripes....more

Corporate Law Report: Global HR, Textual Harassment, Working Interviews, and Other Workplace Issues [Video]

Our latest video report looks at the employment needs of global companies, textual harassment, working interviews, and other labor & employment law issues. This week we're focused entirely on workplace legal issues -...more

Best Practices For Internal Investigation Interviews

People like to talk to people (as opposed to animals or inanimate objects). People also like to tell people secrets. Some like to confess and others do not. Sociopaths and psychopaths do not often confess....more

Are “Working Interviews” Legal?

One of my dental practice clients called this week to inquire about an idea they heard of recently called a “working interview.” The idea is to have an hygienist come in for a couple of days to find out whether they are good...more

Be a Super Sleuth—Part Two: Preparing for and Conducting Effective Workplace Investigations

It is in every employer’s best interest to know when and how to conduct an effective and efficient workplace investigation. In the first part of this three part series — Be A Super Sleuth: Laying the Framework for Effective...more

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