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"Our target audience will be the over 2000 Air Force lawyers worldwide, but we obviously hope to have content that will be of interest to others interested in the legal issues that we deal with. My hope is that my team will post about developments on legal issues important to our practice. Because I am a big believer that attorneys need to know their client, I also hope to post on developments in the Air Force, Department of Defense and about the larger strategic context."
"Discusses and analyzes antitrust principles and developments, and celebrates the benefits of competition."
"Our Veterans Law Blog keeps Veterans and the organizations that serve them informed about advances in Veterans Law. We focus on new compensatory rulings that affect Veteran compensation. We also include information pertinent to the Veteran community such as VA health services, local events, and Veterans legislation."
BeSpacific "provides daily law and technology news with links to reliable primary and secondary sources on e-government, copyright, privacy, government documents, cybercrime and ID theft, the Patriot Act, and freedom of information, etc."
"TTB approves well over 100,000 labels per year. In these approvals you can see the bursting efflorescence of the American (and the world) economy. This blog’s mission is to review almost all of these certificates of label approval and find the most noteworthy, amazing and cool labels among the millions. It’s a big job, and if you hear of good labels, please help us showcase them here. Products you won’t find at your local liquor store. Unless it’s the size of O’Hare."
Posts feature news and information on developments in real estate law in a variety of practice areas and industries.
The blog covers a number of issues relating to broadband infrastructure access for corporations, changes in FCC regulations and communications law.
The blawg follows all aspects of eminent domain in California, including condemnation, inverse condemnation, and regulatory takings. The authors keep track of project announcements, budget issues, legislative reform efforts, and they report on all major California eminent domain conferences and seminars. They also follow current cases.
Topics include class actions, arbitration, labor laws and court decisions in California districts.
Centre Law focuses on federal procurement, business, and internet law.
"Dedicated to exposure and critical discussion of the friction, the instances where China and the United States turn to the rule of law to settle their differences, and where they express their more philosophical and policy concerns on trade. It is also intended to be a forum to address misunderstandings. At this site, manufacturers, exporters, officials, and other interested persons will be able to find essential information about active trade disputes between China and the United States, as well as insightful commentary on this particular trade relationship, and on international trade more generally."
"Thoughts and opinions on high-tech public policy." Blawggers comment on telecom news, professional announcements and policy in the U.S. and abroad.
"An educational website on how to acquire, maintain, and retain a federal security clearance. It is also has a Web-based discussion board where users may share lessons learned about security clearances. Media and nonprofit organizations use information on ClearedCommunity.com to press for greater accountability and transparency in security clearance policies and procedures. Lawyers use ClearedCommunity,com to track security clearance reforms and identify potential clients."
Topics include board structures and procedures; community and economic development; elections; emergency management; ethics and conflicts; finance and tax law; general local government; land use and code enforcement; legislative updates; open government; public health; and property transactions.
"CommLawBlog covers and comments on developments in all areas of spectrum regulation by the Federal Communications Commission, as well as issues relating to copyright, trademark, First Amendment and Internet."
"The CommLawCenter covers the political, economic, and regulatory environment for media companies, program networks, station owners and numerous other players in the communications industry." FCC regulations are the most common topic covered.
"Observations about current developments bearing on complex litigation, U.S. and international arbitration, the Federal Rules, and occasionally state rules."
"This blog is devoted to helping compliance professionals and counsel stay abreast of constantly evolving compliance issues. Because compliance guidance and standards are typically not issued through formal APA, notice and comment rule-making, as embodied in the Federal Register, staying abreast of new and constantly evolving compliance issues and enforcement actions is a constant challenge. The Compliance and Enforcement Register aims to serve as a forum for notice and comment on new and evolving compliance issues and enforcement actions, like the Federal Register."
"Analysis and commentary regarding federal, state and local pay-to-play laws, campaign finance law, lobbying and ethics. This blog provides up-to-date information about the ever-changing complex landscape of legal obligations in the area of political law."
Posts discuss cases dealing with the purchase, possession, import, export and smuggling of cultural artifacts, both in the United States and internationally.
"Semi-random postings on the state of American customs law, international trade law, bicycle commuting, technology and whatever else strikes my fancy."
Drug Injury Watch provides developing information about prescription drug side effects as well as up-to-date news from the legal, medical, Food and Drug Administration, and pharmaceutical sectors. Tom Lamb's articles add insight from a drug litigation attorney perspective, but are written to be read by consumers and others.
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.
"The Energy and Environment Monitor contains short articles written by Jackson Kelly PLLC's attorneys. They serve to keep clients, as well as friends of the firm, up-to-date with news, information and events relevant to the industry."