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Secret bloggers: Why associates "hide behind their html"

"Should associates blog anonymously to protect their careers? That's the question..."

...asks our Common Scold, as she reviews an article in December's ABA Journal. She quotes bloggers on either side of the aisle (veiled v. unveiled) and wants to know what you think here.

More phishy business

I/P Updates continues to arm us against online identity theft and fraud. Today's bookmarks:

The complete primer on section 1981 statute of limitations law

Here, illustrated with Cross v. Home Depot, or one man whose claim was his failure to be promoted from Assistant Store Manager to Store Manager. Courtesy of Jottings by an Employer's Lawyer.

Top legal thinkers contest

First, Volokh Conspiracy blogger Randy Barnett posted that blogfather Eugene Volokh is listed in a Legal Affairs contest to name the top 20 legal thinkers. Then he read Orin Kerr's parallel post on the subject and had this to say, "Immediately upon posting this, I saw that Orin beat me to the punch, though much more sardonically..."

At the watercooler

TGIF says -- er, sings -- Bill Heinze.

Today's Yankee update from Monica Bay: Who was offered arbitration and who wasn't.

Juan Non-Volokh pulls the towel off a columnist's message in "The Syndicated Racism of Sam Francis" and then links a response by Francis' distributors, Creators Syndicate. To The Volokh Conspiracy's anonymous blogger, it's all there in black and white.

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