Top 10 in Law Blogs: Gas Emissions, Nanoparticles, and Brexit

Welcome back to our top 10! If you’re interested in following vital bills on their journey through the House and Senate, read about the Sexual Assault Survivors’ Rights Act which we need ASAP. And now, our top 10:

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Mercedes 'scarred' by Hamilton and Rosberg's Spanish GP clash

Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg’s first-lap crash in the Spanish Grand Prix has left everyone within the Mercedes Formula 1 team scarred, according to motorsport

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Top 10 in Law Blogs: Uber, Robot Lawyers, and Cannabis Crowdfunding

We’ve got a great Tuesday top 10 for you today. I’ve also got a post up on LXBN about Uber’s deal with organized labor for their drivers in NYC. Here’s today’s best in law blogs:

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Marc VDS Honda MotoGP rider Tito Rabat has surgery on injury

Marc VDS MotoGP rider Tito Rabat has undergone successful surgery on the collarbone he fractured at Mugello

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Top 10 in Law Blogs: Graduation Caps, Marijuana Delivery, and Vietnam

And we’re back at it! Still seeing a lot of useful posts about what the final DOL overtime rules means for employers, universities, and beyond; be sure to check it out. And now, to today’s top 10:

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Indy 500 front-row starter Josef Newgarden leads Monday practice

Front-row starter Josef Newgarden set the pace in the final full day of practice for next Sunday’s Indianapolis 500

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Social media eleven times more effective than online advertising

CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi (@uptinreports that social media influence marketing is eleven times more effective than online advertising pursuant to a new study by TapInfluence.

As a result, marketers are moving advertising dollars from print, television and online …

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James Hinchcliffe secures 2016 Indianapolis 500 pole

James Hinchcliffe claimed his maiden IndyCar pole position in qualifying for the Indianapolis 500, a year on from a near-fatal crash at the track

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Defending Indianapolis 500 winner Montoya rues "weird" qualifying

Defending Indianapolis 500 winner Juan Pablo Montoya said his failure to make the pole shootout for the 2016 race was “weird” but is not perturbed

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Are you paying to keep your WordPress site up to date?

In an ABA Benchmark Study on Law Firm Website Costs, Legal marketer, Conrad Saam reports that “WordPress has become the de facto website platform for most commercial websites.”

Saam’s right. WordPress for so many reasons has become of the …

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