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"Insights and commentary related to FTC and state attorney general news related to e-commerce."
Most posts cover corporate finance litigation; occasional posts discuss the U.S. Supreme Court or note issues of interest to the individual investor.
"Consumer protection blog with updates about Georgia consumer law."
Provides insight on injury law reports, cases and matters in Georgia.
"Surveillance and analysis on hepatitis news and outbreaks."
"Practical Legal Information for Companies that Do Business in California." Mainly discusses labor & employment law topics.
"This blawg is for people who have been injured, or have family members who were, and have no idea what to do next. In it we will provide an overview of the complex world of injury claims."
This blawg "presents the unique perspective of Illinois consumer advocates who are fighting to protect Illinois’ civil justice system. This system, which is fundamental to our democracy, has been under attack in recent years by big business and the insurance industry. These powerful and well-funded special interests are fighting to limit the power of judges and juries to hold corporate wrongdoers accountable. They are also trying to restrict access to courts for all Illinoisans. Like everyone else in our state, rich and powerful industries must be held accountable if they do something wrong. As consumer advocates, we believe that shining a light on their campaign to escape responsibility for misconduct is the best way to fight back. Illinois deserves the truth!"
"Covers issues in Plaintiffs law both nationally and in Illinois." Blog about financial litigation, injury law and medical malpractice cases. A common topic is medical prosthesis recalls.
"Provides commentary and analysis about legal issues relating to class actions and other representative litigation in the areas of consumer and employment law."
Blog is about business law opinions, legislation and matters in Indiana. Topics include workplace violence, tree-trimming ordinances, municipal laws and construction fraud.
A blog exploring the integration of legal, security/privacy and risk management disciplines, and finding solutions for managing information security and privacy risks.
"Insight on developments in class actions against insurance companies, and developments in class action law that impact insurance companies."
Posts note the comedy and tragedy in appellate products-liability litigation and pore over courts’ analyses in their latest rulings. Consumer fraud issues as they pertain to advertising pop up as well.
Posts share thoughts about legal issues and cases of interest to the author.
"The Kalia Law P.C. blog focuses on common business and startup topics such as forming entities, hiring and employing people, dealing with partners and shareholders, equity, contracts and agreements, as well as topics surrounding Ms. Kalia's personal interests such as green business, crowdfunding and women in leadership."
"Reports on U.S. civil courts, government regulation and public policy."
"Deconstructing what happens in law." A particular focus on consumer law and class-action litigation, and lead-paint litigation in particular. Some posts amount to professional-skills pep talks, and others recap recent episodes of Boston Legal.
Posts cover personal injury issues, class actions and lawsuits, "But we also let it rip with a few admissible rants from time to time." Regular features include Totally Tortelicious, which focuses on funny tort filings; Week Adjourned on Fridays, focusing on the week's top class actions; and Pleading Ignorance, which breaks down civil legalspeak for nonlawyer readers.
The blog provides a running commentary on law, society, and occasionally politics. It focuses on legal matters and issues that are important to trial lawyers and the legal community, injury victims, and individuals concerned about consumers’ rights.
Posts about personal injury issues, hot topics in the news and pending legislation.
Helping consumers protect their automotive investments and drive safer vehicles.
The blog covers different issues connected to the Lifeline program, a Federal Communications Commission program that provides subsidies to lower the retail rates of telephone services to low income consumers. Davis Wright Tremaine LLP has a relationship with the FCC that gives it access to breaking news about the program. The blog tracks those decisions and announcements.
"Surveillance and analysis on listeria news and outbreaks."
Blog discusses trademark, copyright and advertising law, including verdicts and settlements; recent legislation, both national and international; and analysis of important cases.