Posts "by women for women" offer up legal news, information and resources for women.
"Covers privacy, security, health information technology, health reform, and e-discovery-related topics."
Posts about personal injury issues, hot topics in the news and pending legislation.
"Analysis and commentary on trends and developments in life sciences and health care law."
"Covers both ERISA and non-ERISA issues with a special emphasis on California law and the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The goal of this blog is to become a resource for clients and attorneys by providing legal commentary, articles, news and regular law updates as they relate to disability, life and health insurance law, including bad faith, punitive damages and securities law issues."
"Surveillance and analysis on listeria news and outbreaks."
The Louisiana Law Blog has "insight and information on Louisiana law, litigation and legal culture."
This blawg is intended for health care providers and practitioners to discuss and exchange information on payment topics. Health insurers and managed care companies are free to participate as well. We will address issues that arise in the relationship between providers and insurers.
The blawg carries news about Florida's Marchman Act, a law that allows family members of substance abusers to petition courts for an assessment and treatment. The authors also cover the law and studies regarding drug and alcohol use and the courts' treatment of addicts.
Daily updates on food-borne illness reports and resulting nationwide product recalls as well as commentary on what governments and corporations should do as far as responding to current outbreaks and preventing future outbreaks.
Discusses the science behind "toxic torts" and techniques for trying mass tort cases.
Practical information and observations about making tough decisions when doing estate planning and elder law, and caring for loved ones. Blogger Leanna Hamill includes “action items,” which are to-do lists that readers can use to plan.
"Commonsense info for clients and family caregivers and in-depth probate, tax and Medicaid analysis for lawyers."
"The rules and regulations that govern health care are much more complex than they used to be, not to mention constantly changing. That's why our health care law blog is updated twice weekly -- so that providers can always be abreast of changes affecting their industry."
"Focuses on Medicaid law, including the political impact of 'Obamacare' on Medicaid. MedicaidLaw-NC has tips for health care providers to avoid recoupments and updates on changes to Medicaid rules and regulations."
This blawg is devoted to legal issues affecting health care providers in New York. It covers topics related to new developments in federal and state laws and other topics of interest.
Posts take note of life-support disputes in the news, discuss scholarship from critical care ethicists and explore the legality and ethics of patients' different end-of-life options.
Posts cover key elements of Illinois medical cannabis regulations as well as related municipal ordinances. They also note the number of available licenses in the state for cultivation centers and dispensaries and have an "Illinois Cannabis Jobs" page where those interested in jobs in the state cannabis industry can submit resumes.
"Discusses mesothelioma and asbestos litigation cases nationally and includes courtroom admissions, recent court rulings, opinions, depositions, recent legal decisions from the top law firms nationally representing mesothelioma and asbestos victims."
This blog is about Social Security Disability law in Mississippi. Topics include leukemia, carpal tunnel syndrome, cancer and ADD/ADHD.
My Disability Blog has information about applying for Social Security disability benefits and has links to stories about problems with the application process.
Posts cover law as it relates to the practice of medicine.
Posts include updates on healthcare regulations and policies in the medical industry in New Jersey and nationwide.
"Surveillance and analysis on noro news and outbreaks."
Posts are on general topics of legal interest, not limited to Illinois. There's no real overarching theme to the coverage, other than analysis of current cases.