"Mainly summaries of and commentary about recent 7th Circuit and Wisconsin cases; also, occasional posts about cases making national news, cases in other jurisdictions that may impact legal trends, and legislative developments."
Bloggers here have assumed the weighty task of analyzing all opinions and orders of the Michigan Supreme Court, plus key opinions of the Michigan Court of Appeals.
“ '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."
A blog covering accident news including accident and injury cases associated with car accidents, DUII and DWI accidents, bicycle accidents, dog bites and dog attacks, brain injuries, wrongful death, trip, slip and fall accidents, truck accidents, work-related injury, and elder abuse.
"Interesting and entertaining legal commentary regarding criminal and tort law, news, cases, and opinions."
Discusses aspects of securities law, including new SEC legislation, current trials and whistle-blowing.
"OSHA: Legal Developments and Defense Strategies will provide news, insights, and legal analysis regarding OSHA inspections, risk management strategies, and defenses against alleged OSHA violations. In addition, the blog will examine the latest court decisions, emerging trends, and industry and regulatory developments to help you understand how these regulations impact your business and what may be in store for the future."
This blawg "has 7,000 pages of free legal news and guidance, mostly on IT and e-commerce issues. These issues can affect any organisation, and OUT-LAW is as much for those in a software start-up as it is for the compliance team at a bank." It also provides a weekly Thursday podcast, OUT-LAW Radio.
"Devoted to issues arising in relation to violations of overtime and other federal and state wage-and-hour laws."
"Reviews overtime law matters, opinions and legislation."
"How lawyers can identify high-quality prospects and then use the quickest methods to get face-to-face, focus, pursue and close new business."
Posts answer hypothetical questions a potential client might have regarding Pennsylvania workers' compensation law.
"Discusses federal tax law, securities law and state and local law as it relates to public finance."
"Covers news, strategies, and developments surrounding disability claim law in Pennsylvania. Featuring tips on how to file, what do if you've been denied, and changes in the law."
Posts focus on practical information for those dealing with labor and employment and human resource issues.
"Discusses injury law news, cases and reports in Pennsylvania."
Discusses nursing home abuse laws, reports and cases in Pennsylvania and around the nation.
The authors blog about issues related to workers' compensation in Pennsylvania, including updates on dangerous industries and workplace hazards.
Examines workers' compensation law news, matters and reports in Pennsylvania.
"Blog posts for residents of Seattle looking for information about legal topics and local news."
"Discusses current issues and cases involving accidents and injury in Manhattan and throughout the New York City metro area."
A blog covering various risks and personal injury claims in the UK, offering advice and news briefs about policy changes.
"News, events, information, and coverage of personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, premises liability and other areas of law."
The blog covers news and updates about insurance and personal injury law.
"With the myriad IP, business, regulatory, IT, privacy, and research developments unfolding and impacting the development of the personalized medicine industry, it’s critical that to stay informed. The Personalized Medicine Bulletin is an online resource covering the legal, ethical, and business issues that impact the evolution of personalized medicine."