Finger on the Pulse: From Our Blogroll and Beyond

  • Judge rules lawyers can have the privilege of practicing law in New York and an immunity from having to live there to do it (N.Y. Law Journal)
  • Legal activists law professors parrot the federal family government viewpoint on constitutionality of proposed “voluntary” food ad limits (WSJ Law Blog)
  • Class action suit against makers of Nutella (past Legal Pulse blog post on it here) is allowed to proceed (Consumer Class Actions and Mass Torts)
  • A surfeit of analysis on “American Invents Act,” aka congressional patent reform, soon to be law (Patently-O)
  • More strict liability use of its compensation “clawback” authority by SEC (SEC Actions)
  • Newspaper chain comes to its senses and will end contract with copyright troll Righthaven (Threat Level)
  • More on impact of Facebook’s requirement that pharma companies must allow comments on their Facebook pages (Eye on FDA)
  • Politicians urge environmental activists to sue government over withdrawal of EPA ozone proposal (The Hill)

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