This week saw us remembering the first September 11th to occur on a Tuesday since that fateful day 11 years ago. I happened to be in New York on Tuesday, and the weather was as beautiful as it was that morning, making it feel, once again, as if it had happened only yesterday. My thoughts and prayers have certainly been with those who lost loved ones that day, and those whose lives changed forever.
Without further ado, then, here are this week's top ILNToday posts:
- Louboutin Wins! Red Sole Shoe Protected by Trade Marks!! from Gadens Lawyers: As evidence that we really do love our shoes, the most popular article on ILNToday this week was Gadens' report on the Louboutin win in a New York Court of Appeals against YSL.
- Court Enjoins Former American Airlines Employee From Further Web Postings Of Confidential Information from Epstein Becker & Green: EBG's Peter Steinmeyer talks about the recent case involving American Airlines suit against former employee Gailen David.
- Litigation Trends: Say-on-Pay — Executive compensation issues under the Dodd-Frank Act from Arnstein & Lehr: Arnstein & Lehr's Chuck Pautsch examines voting and litigation trends in the second year following the Dodd-Frank Act.
- Can a person be held liable for interfering with a subsisting contract? from Halsbury Chambers: Our Bahamian member looks at whether a person can be held liable for interfering with a subsisting contract.