The Be Our Belated Valentine Issue: From LexBlog, With Love (Spark: Member Newsletter, February 2015)



Remembering Justice Antonin Scalia: LXBN Roundtable

As you know, on Saturday Justice Antonin Scalia passed away during a quail hunting trip in West Texas. Scalia was known as a jurist of captivating brilliance and wit, as well as a leader of conservative intellectualism.

Members have taken to reflecting on Scalia’s legacy and looking ahead. LXBN editor Zosha Millman captures member sentiment in this exclusive LXBN roundtable.


February Blog of the Month: Copyright, Content, and Platforms

Anyone following tech law knows how fast that climate is moving. But BakerHostetler's newest blog on the LexBlog Network dives into it from a copyright angle, keeping pace with consistently fascinating posts.

Be Our Survey Valentine: Changes Ahead

This year, we'll be adjusting products and services to better suit your needs as an online publisher. No matter what your role, please take a moment to let us know what you value most in this short member survey. Thank you!

For the Love of Twitter: The Most Important Network

Investors may currently disagree, but there are some solid reasons why Twitter is the most important social network argues LexBlog CEO Kevin O’Keefe. Though it may be “tough for some folks to figure out....it works awfully well.”

Taking it Slow: Subscription Email Trends and Instant Send

Email best practice is a frequent subject of conversation around the LexBlog offices, as blog emails are one of the important aspects of blogs members value. Engagement Manager Catherine Sherwood breaks down email and best practice.

The Odd Couple: Google and Bing

Not much has been written lately about the differences between Google and Bing’s mostly mysterious algorithms, so it’s no surprise to hear members are concerned about possible differences in publication indexing. What have you observed?

Now Trending on LXBN: CMS 60-day Rule

Members respond to the much-awaited publishing of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services final 60-day rule regarding reporting and retiring of Medicate Part A and B overpayments. Read the latest curated legal commentary here.

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