Blog author Doug Cornelius writes about compliance and business ethics.
"Provides information for in-house attorneys and corporate counsel, litigation and risk managers, human resource executives, individuals, business owners, and Connecticut attorneys. Covers lawsuits, legislation, and legal issues. Includes practical technology tips on a host of issues relevant to Connecticut business owners and managers."
The blawg has news, analysis and commentary on state and federal consumer class action litigation. The author covers recent opinions and analyzes them from a plaintiffs' viewpoint. Issues covered include the enforceability of mandatory arbitration provisions, attorney fees and class certification.
Covers contracting law, including contracting, news, events and technology.
Discussion of legal and corporate governance issues facing major companies.
News and information about business and estate planning.
Covers "all things about credit and bankruptcy." The blog features discussions and debates about "what does happen and what should happen when consumers and businesses borrow money."
"Items of news and comment concerning any aspect of commercial law that interests us."
"Providing news and information regarding business law for the state of Texas."
"Updates you on important legal developments that impact the business community in the D.C. metropolitan region. The authoring attorneys work to constantly analyze key court decisions, statutory and regulatory developments and other legal trends affecting businesses in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia."
"Delaware business litigation case summaries primarily from Delaware's chancery court and supreme court, including analysis and commentary."
Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog provides business-litigation commentary and case summaries from Delaware's chancery and supreme courts. It also includes developments in legal ethics.
"News and updates on non-competition agreements, restrictive covenants, unfair competition, and trade secret litigation in Delaware."
Posts explain family law issues to those in need of a family lawyer and note high-profile divorces in the news.
"Conversations about dispute resolution."
Primarily about Ninth Circuit decisions that relate to environmental law, but also discusses federal law and legislation.
EDTexweblog.com has news and summaries of rulings, categorized by judge, from the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. Posts frequently deal with patent cases.
Weekly updates on areas of interest to small business owners.
"Designed to provide entrepreneurs and emerging growth companies with useful news and information on various topics of interest. Posts will include timely and practical commentary on issues facing the emerging business community, as well as links to breaking news, events and other developments."
This blog discusses "many areas of employment law confronted by employers in today's workplace – and the changes regularly occurring there. Some of these changes include: drafting social media policies to govern employees' postings on the Internet; more vigorous enforcement by the EEOC; new laws that the NLRB makes that affect non-unionized workforces; changes to U.S., state, and international laws that global companies face; and changes that occur due to the current state of the economy."
Written for an audience of employers, this blog discusses labor & employment, benefits and compensation issues. Also touches on intellectual property, health laws and government contractors.
"entreVIEW is being written by a group of us who work with (and sometimes have been) entrepreneurs. As members of the Entrepreneurial Services team at the Minneapolis-based law firm of Gray Plant Mooty, we frequently communicate with each other about issues that our clients and contacts are confronting in the entrepreneurial world. What we have come to realize is that our everyday contact with entrepreneurs has had an impact on our general mindset and world view."
"The purpose of this blog is to explore the business and legal culture of China. In 1881 Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. wrote, 'The life of the law has not been logic; it has been experience.' Each time I read a U.S. court decision, Holmes' quote flashes through my mind. In China, the rule is the same, but the experience is different. Here's to broadening the experience."
"Designed to cover laws, cases, and news relating to what can be generally grouped under the heading "unfair competition." Specifically, the blog covers trade secrets, restrictive covenants (such as noncompetition agreements and nonsolicitation agreements), privacy."
Covers estate planning legal issues, cases, and news with a focus on Florida law.