"Recent developments in case law in the Eastern District of New York, analysis and commentary."
"Reviews employment law news, cases and reports in New York."
"Compiles environmental legal news and updates regarding New York state."
"Reviews ERISA law news, matters and opinions in New York."
"Escheatable is a ... blog of news, analysis, and commentary regarding abandoned and unclaimed property (escheat) law."
The blog focuses on civil rights, particularly police misconduct, and criminal law, mostly in New York but also nationwide.
"Information about business and franchise law at a state and federal level."
"Reviews franchise law news, reports and opinions in New York."
"Golf Dispute Resolution tracks the intersection between golf and the resolution of legal disputes." Blog discusses cases in which golf plays a role.
Blog discusses health law, primarily in New York and New Jersey. Topics include Medicare and Medicaid, electronic health records, HIPAA and health care compliance.
"When he moved to 60 Centre Street, amid the complex of state and federal court houses, Alan Gotthelf also found himself next to Manhattan's ever-expanding Chinatown, possibly the greatest concentration of restaurants in the world. This offered him intriguing prospects for lunch each day, a sort of dream come true." Posts are mainly reviews of Chinese restaurants.
News related to members of the HoganWillig law firm and occasional posts relevant to New York residents or regarding federal legislation.
Posts offer tips for New Yorkers injured in accidents.
"Top advice for injury claims."
Posts cover vehicle safety tips, news on manufacturers' new safety protocols and vehicle accidents in New York.
Posts share thoughts about legal issues and cases of interest to the author.
"At the intersection of Law and Judaism, two lawyers take a break from billable hours to kick back, mix metaphors and consider the bigger picture."
Posts describe various crimes involving financial transactions as well as their penalties.
Blog focuses on advertising and marketing law, social media, and trademark/copyright issues. Posts cover issues such as "Ten Steps for Managing Employees in Social Media" and "Privacy Issues with the Media."
Op-ed posts mainly cover federal legislation and politics and issues, legal or not, of interest to New Yorkers.
"Law & Food is all about dualities. Law, which strives to be fair and objective, balanced against the ultimate subjective experience: Food. We write about the classic fine-dining establishments of New York City like Daniel, Peter Lugar and Le Bernardin, while simultaneously scouring Flushing basement stalls and Latin American food trucks in Brooklyn. "
Posts provide commentary on cases and controversies in the clothing world.
"This blog was created with several purposes in mind. It is a forum in which New York State Bar Association members can publicly comment on articles, suggest CLE programs that may be of interest to our fellow bloggers, critique articles that they may have read which may have been on our website or which they have come across, discuss job opportunities and potential employers who have been willing to tap this vast and often overlooked resource of talent, and suggest improvements or additions to our website."
Students in New York Law School's Program in Law and Journalism look at legal stories in the mainstream news media, evaluate the reporting, and probe further, questioning facts and statements in the coverage that someone who hasn't studied law might take at face value.
Posts news of interest to members of the New York bar as well as about new gadgets.