"Focuses on oral arguments of patent appeals at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, as well as other patent-related topics. The judges often express their thoughts candidly during oral argument and the blog gives practitioners a unique insight into the thoughts of the various judges."
Abstract Appeal is devoted to Florida law and the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals based in Atlanta. "Generally, Abstract Appeal discusses, with perhaps a modicum of commentary, noteworthy decisions by Florida's appellate courts and the 11th Circuit. On a regular basis, Abstract Appeal also points out news and other items of interest relating to Florida law.
Construction law, appeals, and other subjects are analyzed in this blog.
News, cases and developments in Alabama appellate practice.
“A blog providing the knowledge you need to form your true beliefs about police misconduct, wrongful convictions, government transparency, and other civil rights issues.” Posts also discuss whistleblower protection and the Freedom of Information Act.
"Using an appeal to reason, an appellate attorney speaks to trial attorneys."
"Curmudgeonly comments on the current trials and tribulations of being in the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion at the same time, with emphasis on canon law and litigation involving the Episcopal Church, on the interface between law and politics, and between religion and science."
"Discusses and analyzes antitrust principles and developments, and celebrates the benefits of competition."
The main topic of this blog is how to successfully craft post-conviction appeals, with a focus on the California courts. Posts also examine instances of prosecutorial and police misconduct.
"Ruminations (brief and to the point) on the law and lawyering." Posts cover appellate cases in Connecticut and beyond, with a particular interest in Freedom of Information Act issues.
"This blog addresses a wide variety of issues related to appellate justice. This includes appellate court advocacy and practice, principles of appellate justice, appellate court jurisprudence on current issues, and legislative developments affecting the courts. We hope to keep our readers informed about cases and issues on appeal as well as scholarship, research, conferences, and news related to appellate courts."
"Appellate Daily has the latest news headlines from all thirteen federal appellate courts, along with judge spotlights, case analysis, and related commentary."
"New Jersey (and other) appellate opinions and issues for Porzio, Bromberg."
"Appeals with attitude." Most posts, sometimes illustrated, take a humorous look at criminal justice topics with a focus on New York.
Posts track how well arbitration agreements are passing scrutiny in appellate court decisions nationwide—paying special attention to rulings that define the limits of arbitrators' power and giving frank opinions on this jurisprudence. Some posts answer her readers questions about rules hidden inside the Federal Arbitration Act.
Discusses criminal court cases in front of the Arkansas Court of Appeals and Arkansas Supreme Court.
"The focus of this blog is to provide relevant information and insight concerning decisions from Arkansas appellate courts and significant developments in appellate practice in Arkansas."
"News and commentary on the practice of law before the California Supreme Court," including summaries of the Court's conference reports.
"Pat scouts the U.S. Courts of Appeals, federal district courts and the appellate courts for all 50 states for key decisions that can help a lawyer win a case."
"Discussions on clinical education, justice and legal reform."
"Focuses on issues related to writing of appellate briefs and complex trial court briefs."
News and analysis of 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of appeals, including same-day coverage of published opinions.
Discussion of trial law and legal issues of interest to business clients.
Provides appellate advocacy tools, tips, resources and news, primarily for lawyers practicing in California
"Thoughts on recent Ninth Circuit and California appellate cases."