"This blog covers software patent news and issues with a particular focus on wireless, mobile devices (smartphones, tablet computers)."
Fourthamendment.com has summaries of search-and-seizure cases and news, intended as a supplement for the book Search and Seizure, published by Lexis Law Publishing.
Posts focus largely on issues that affect or generate e-discovery litigation. Author Gabe Acevedo is also an occasional legal technology contributor to Above the Law.
This blog advises prospective law students on law school application strategies.
Video clips and posts for users to understand the various details of law.
"A mosaic of perspectives on legal, political, economic, and regulatory issues that drive company valuations and country investment prospects."
"Highlights topics relevant to legal practitioners at western corporations and law firms who are interested in legal process globalization and outsourcing. Some posts may also provide useful insights for global legalization and legal process outsourcing vendors. In addition, some posts may highlight the activities of Red Bridge Strategy Inc. and the personal causes and interests of Matthew Sullivan."
Commentary on torts, disputes and insurance.
"Tips, background information, and news on graduate law studies and law schools in the U.S. and abroad."
Insights and resources to help any size company succeed in international trade and business, including export market development, international joint ventures and management of foreign operations.
"Ideas and advice for CPAs, lawyers and other professional service firms."
"Stay up to date with relevant news and background information related to law schools, the legal profession, and graduate legal studies in the U.S., U.K., and Canada."
Blog discusses Medicare compliance. Recent entries include "Chronic Pain Conditions Impact on Future Care" and "Can REM Programs Solve Healthcare Prescription Drug Abuse Dilemma?"
Posts consider how Texas is addressing crime and punishment—its appellate courts, its agencies, its law enforcement, its legislation and its prisons.
"Posts discuss best practices, challenges and legal needs in the investigations, due diligence, security design consulting, immigration and cross-border consulting, and monitoring and compliance fields."
"Posts discuss legal technology, practice management, and efficiency issues."
Posts are aimed at legal professionals and largely cover five categories, individual environment, professional development, "lifestyle design", play at work, and humor.
This blawg is about successful networking and rainmaking.
"I write Head of Legal to explain developments in law, and the law behind the news, to an informed and interested but not necessarily legal audience. And because I can’t help thinking, writing and obsessing about law, particularly my specialisms in constitutional, public, human rights and European law and the way they interact with politics and society."
"Houston Legal Links" posts bundle legal stories from the Houston Chronicle and other sources; posts by the author round up disciplinary actions against Houston lawyers, news from the Texas State Bar and critique other coverage of legal news.
"Dedicated to liberating lawyers in small law firms. ... Post comments. Ask questions. Challenge what I have to say. Share any great resources that you think will help the solos and lawyers in small firms to generate more business and/or manage our small law firms more profitably. No one with a relevant comment or constructive criticism will be excuded!"
"Commonsense strategies for growing your legal practice."
"This blog is about a wide variety of real estate litigation and condemnation topics. In our world of information-by-avalanche we hope to pick through professional journals, academic papers, books, and articles and bring the relevant ideas that will hopefully will make a positive impact on your professional practice."
This is a blawg "about the intersection (or is it 'collision'?) of law, media and public perception."
“Advice for starting a Delaware business.”