"The latest updates on developments affecting government contracts, investigations and international trade."
The GEE (Government Enforcement Exposed) blog aims to highlight important trends, legislation and legal issues related to the efforts of the many regulatory enforcement agencies at all levels of government.
Posts cover developing news in chemical regulation law and environmental protection policies in the U.S.
"This blawg is about Hawaii's status as an independent country under prolonged illegal occupation by the United States, and the history, culture, law and politics of the islands."
Blog covers the latest news, decisions and rules in the area of hydraulic fracturing.
"A blog tracking appellate issues that affect local governments."
Blog discusses immigration law, including visa and green card information. Recent entries include: "What you need to know about late filing of form I-751," "Criminal background checks for immigration" and "7 quick tips for the marriage adjustment of status interview."
Examines immigration visa cases, legislation and news stories in the United States.
Discusses immigration law news, opinions and legislation in the United States. Blog offers webinars with titles such as "Don't Waste Any More Time Waiting on EB-3 Priority Dates - Convert your Green Card Case to EB-2 and Jump to the Finish Line."
Weekly posts follow recent developments in the laws and regulations enforced by the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection and recap rulings and appeals from the U.S. Court of International Trade.
"In the Arena: Law and Politics Update offers readers news and analysis on a wide range of topics related to the laws that regulate and affect political activity. Attorneys in Perkins Coie’s Political Law practice will provide insight and guidance on legal developments involving campaign finance, lobbying, the Federal Election Commission, and other topics of interest to those active in the political process."
Blog is about business law opinions, legislation and matters in Indiana. Topics include workplace violence, tree-trimming ordinances, municipal laws and construction fraud.
Posts cover governmental regulations in the United States and Europe regarding privacy and data security.
"News, resources, articles, updates and commentary on insurance regulatory law and the impact of regulation on the insurance industry."
"IPRegLaw.com focuses on discussing current regulatory and intellectual property issues from the viewpoint of an IP litigator and former regulatory attorney."
Current events and practical real-world solutions to IRS investigations. Emphasis is placed on the use of bankruptcy in resolving IRS claims.
"Daily posting of interesting developments about new and pending Section 337 ITC investigations, litigation trends, statistics, practical insights into the Administrative Law Judges, and commentary on important ITC decisions."
"Legal news and analysis of current U.S. and foreign events." Discusses financial, international and corporate law.
"Reports on U.S. civil courts, government regulation and public policy."
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.
"Devoted to legal issues and information on open government laws from Washington state and the rest of the country relevant to local governments."
Municipal Minute provides updates on cases, laws, and other topics of interest to municipalities and local governments.
Commentary on news events and recent court opinions, primarily in constitutional law, and links to related articles.
"This blog is designed to bring you legal news from a New York paralegal’s perspective. I will be bringing you the latest news on lawsuits and settlements from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the federal court system. Additionally, I will write commentaries on today’s most controversial legal topics."
“ 'Og-blog' stands for 'open-government blog,' and that’s what we do: tell people about open-government issues of interest to regular citizens, media, trade associations, and government agencies. We find interesting stories and court cases from Washington state and other places about the Public Records Act, Open Public Meetings Act, access-to-court rulings, and media law."