With lots of little things going up, it’s time to followup on a few topics we’ve covered in the last few days and some other notable posts from around the web.
- First up, my post on the WWE Wrestlers was picked up by Above The Law editors yesterday. Today, the American Lawyer does a little story of their own on the lawsuit with a quote from K&L Gates attorney who notes that his strategy will be revealed later this week in a motion to dismiss.
- Today, my guest blogging at Overlawyered continues with a post on one individual’s lawsuit against Amtrak for jumping from a train. You can read the court decision related to it here.
- California Labor & Employment Blog discusses whether social networking site are good or bad for the workplace. As I’ve said before, policies should be tailored to the workplace.
- The Greater Hartford Real Estate Blog asks a question that lots of employers in the Hartford, Connecticut area ask: Can we attract young professionals to the area? The answer to that question dictates how well the whole area does. Interesting how much "power" Generation Y is going to have on the economy and local area.
- And lastly, with the Democratic National Convention going on this week, the Workplace Prof blog reminds us to catch up with the "Plum Book" — your list of jobs potentially available in a new presidential administration.