"The purpose of this blog is to make visible the links between business and law. It uses current events and stories to help you learn from others' mistakes and raise awareness of the legal environment of business — how it can help you, and how it can hurt you."
"We are both law professors and evangelical Protestants—a weird combination in our time. We hope it’s also an interesting combination. We plan to write about the things that interest us, professionally and personally: crime and criminal justice (Stuntz), corporate governance, credit, and bankruptcy (Skeel), the culture wars, politics, literature and the arts, and other topics."
Blog posts are about intellectual property issues in current events, new laws, court decisions and proposed legislation, with a focus on the gaming, entertainment or hospitality industries.
"Our goal is to keep you informed about recent developments and noteworthy happenings in the area of renewable energy. We will look at current events, new laws, court decisions and proposed legislation affecting alternative energy and your business interests." Most articles are about New Mexico court cases, but other regions are discussed as well.
"The blog discusses developments in arbitration and related areas with a focus on India and other developing countries." Blog entries are also released as computer-voiced audio clips. A recent posts states that this group is also launching the Journal of Dispute Prevention and Resolution.
"Insight and commentary on the law of limited liability companies."
This blawg focuses on family law and estate planning. Posts include topics such as child support and visitation rights; sperm donor parental rights; the difference between revocable and irrevocable trusts; and estate planning for same-sex couples.
Posts cover the changes in the manufacturing industry, including new regulations and topics for employers and lawyers.
"A resource for thoughtful and timely discussion of legal news and perspectives and related business issues facing manufacturers and distributors."
From case law developments to stockholder litigation, the blog’s goal is to inform its readers on corporate law matters in the state of Maryland.
"Observing social media, entrepreneurship, and all things at the intersection of people, capital, technology, and creativity. Emphasis on pragmatic business and risk management issues faced by consumer Internet and mobile businesses, particularly early-stage startups."
"Evaluating the green spectrum from cleanup and redevelopment to green construction and green energy with a Michigan focus."
Dedicated to technology and intellectual property issues for lawyers, inventors and venture capitalists. A recurring feature is the Industry Spotlight, which has video interviews with technology professionals.
Nancy Rapoport's Blogspot has information about "all sorts of things—governance in higher education and in law firms, bankruptcy ethics, popular culture and the law, Enron and other corporate fiascos, professional responsibility generally, movies, ballroom and Latin dancing" and anything else that gets the author's attention.
This blog covers legal issues facing Native American and Alaska Native tribes, their members, and their economic interests.
"This blog is dedicated to an open discussion of current workplace issues employers are facing as a result of today’s increasingly netWORKed workplace. We will also keep you posted on current events in the ever-changing legal landscape of technology in the workplace. How do you as an employer harness the power of the web and protect yourself at the same time?"
New York Business Divorce provides information on dissolution and other disputes among owners of New York corporations, limited liability companies and partnerships.
The blawg covers New York business law, legal issues relating to social media, and civil litigation.
"A resource for entrepreneurs considering buying a franchise, starting a franchise, terminating a franchise relationship and avoiding unnecessary legal pitfalls encountered by business owners and business purchasers."
"Focuses on legal and business issues facing entrepreneurs and investors, such as entity formation, capital raising, venture capital, capital structures, licensing technology transfer, mergers & acquisitions and exit strategies"
Posts include updates about fraud and unethical industry behavior cases as well as policy changes regarding the protection and rights of whistleblowers.
"The NJ Environmental Law Blog, is dedicated to provide environmental news, laws, regulations, and upcoming events in the environmental field."
"In an increasingly competitive and mobile workplace, non-compete agreements and trade secret laws have become necessary tools for employers to protect their valuable customer relationships and confidential information and to avoid unfair competition from former employees and competitors. Continual changes in non-compete and trade secrets law, as well as technological advances providing increasing avenues for unfair competition, make it imperative that businesses in all fields stay abreast of the latest developments in this area."
News, commentary and legal updates from the attorneys in the Employee Defection and Trade Secrets Practice Group at Fisher & Phillips.
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