To highlight some of the posts that stand out from the crowd, the editors of Texas Bar Today have created a list from the week’s blog posts of the top ten based on subject matter, writing style, headline, and imagery. We hope you enjoy this installment.

Top Ten Oct 2310. Netflix Being Sued Over ‘Bicycle Thief’ – Gerry W. Beyer @Gerry_Beyer, Law Professor at Texas Tech University School of Law in Lubbock

9. New Law Changes Tax Return and FBAR Due Dates and Broadens Six-Year Statute of LimitationsMary McNulty and Lee Meyercord of Thompson & Knight LLP @ThompsonKnight in Dallas

8. Multiple-Choice Exam Strategies – lawschool academicsupport of the Law School Academic Support Blog

7. Corpus Christi COA Orders Employment Discrimination Case to Arbitration – Beth Graham of Karl Bayer @karlbayer in Austin

6. Who Has The Burden of Proof?Brandon Barnett of Barnett Howard & Williams PLLC @BHWLAWFIRM in Fort Worth

5. “Lead Time” InjunctionsPatrick Keating of Keating PLLC in Dallas

4. Exhibition of a FirearmRobert Guest of Guest & Gray @Guest_and_Gray in Kaufman

3. The New Face of Compensation for Injured WorkersSteven Hollingsworth @Steve_ag99 of Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Friend @AbrahamWatkins in Houston

2. The Right Not to KnowCraig Ball @craigball of Craig D. Ball, P.C. in Austin

1. A Rose by Any Other Name: Texas Court of Appeals Says Nuisance “Symptoms of Discomfort” Require the Same Proof of Causation as “Disease”Michael A. Golemi and Carlos J. Moreno of Liskow & Lewis @LiskowLewis of Houston