“A blog about e-discovery, technology and other related matters of interest.”
PI Buzz is billed as the official blog of PI Magazine, the largest trade publication for private investigators and law enforcement detectives in the U.S. Posts include information on public records access and other ways to access data.
"The new approach to eDiscovery." Posts cover the newest trends in eDiscovery management.
"My opinions are my own, but the world would be a better place if everybody agreed with me." Posts discuss constitutional and evidence issues in high-profile criminal trials.
"This blog discusses the latest development on evidentiary privileges for corporate and outside counsel."
Posts cover criminal law issues and current events from the standpoint of a prosecutor, offer insight into the criminal justice system and trials and tell amusing court stories.
Posts investigate the latest issues in computer forensics and e-discovery. Lawyer/consultant Sharon Nelson guides readers as she explores new technologies and reacts, sometimes
with incredulity, at the stunning revelations from lax oversight and poor records management.
"Ryan Alley Intellectual Property Law Blog follows recent developments in US and global Intellectual Property Law and offers practitioners feedback and a forum to discuss practice in light of these developments." Blog offers prosecution lessons and claim-drafting lessons as well.
Discusses injury and accident law tips, primarily relating to vehicle accidents.
"Cutting-edge expert witness articles and information."
Examines the issues raised by criminal cases in the media, particularly ones in which police misconduct is involved. Certain posts also outline the criminal justice system for people coming into contact with it.
"A website dedicated to courageous whistleblowers to report possible securities violations—without personal or professional regrets—and to help responsible organizations establish a culture of integrity."
"A comprehensive resource on criminal informants: legal developments, legislation, news stories, cultural reactions, commentary and more ..."
"Articles dealing with legal issues affecting how technology is used in businesses."
Commentary and news on criminal defense issues with a focus on South Carolina.
This blog is about personal injury law, insurance law, current legislation and news stories related to tort cases. Posts have a Washington state focus, but national stories are covered too.
"A blog by J. Adam Engel focused non-exclusively on the intersection between criminal law, the Fourth Amendment and emerging technology. Dedicated to the idea that effective law enforcement is not incompatible with a vigorous interpretation of the Fourth Amendment." "The Law of Cell Phones and Smartphones."
"This blog focuses on DUI defense issues as well as news relating to DUI laws in Washington State."
Blog provides "updates and analysis on a wide range of environmental law topics." Topics include recent legislation, verdicts of court cases and information for companies about environmental testing.
"Focuses on news, recent case updates, and other information related to DUI cases in Hillsborough County and the greater Tampa Bay area, including updates on challenges to Florida's Intoxilyzer 8000, defending the roadblock / checkpoint case, and fighting the DUI 'refusal' to submit to a chemcial test of the blood, breath or urine."
"Helping educate the public, attorneys, and anyone else interested about DUI in Florida or the Tampa Bay area."
Posts cover the law as it relates to digital assets, patent law news and e-discovery developments and trends.
"Trial technology, litigation support and cognitive perspective. Not necessarily in that order."
"Dedicated to those who practice in our nation’s courtrooms and make our adversarial system an engine for justice. All are welcome to share their knowledge and experience about what works in communicating with judges and juries."
The Confrontation Blog is devoted to reporting and commenting on developments related to Crawford v. Washington, 541 U.S. 36 (2004). The decision held that “testimonial” evidence must be subjected to cross-examination for it to be admitted against criminal defendants.