Chronicles news and issues involving patents in the United States, Europe and Japan.
"News. Gossip. Comments. Amusement." This is the blawg of the Ontario, Canada, quarterly "law and style" magazine Precedent. Posts on legal news stories in the U.S. and Canada as well as weekly installments on fashion and wine.
"Sports law news, views, articles and cases from around the world."
"Strategic blogging about law and justice."
Immigration news and legislation from outside the United States.
"The law relating to personal injury litigation is constantly evolving whether by way of legislative changes to the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule or Court/FSCO decisions. This blog focuses on keeping you up to date on the important issues and challenges that arise when working with people who have been injured in a car accident."
"Discussion and commentary on Canadian labour and employment law issues."
"Updates and commentary on current issues in corporate finance, securities, and mergers and acquisitions."
Current employment law matters in Canada and around the world with a focus on both employees and employers in employment, human rights and labor relations matters, with a particular emphasis on wrongful dismissals and employment-related litigation.
The Toronto Estate Law Blog carries estate planning information and case updates in Canadian trusts and estates law.
This blawg is a forum for international trade lawyers to share information, deposit relevant international cases and articles and educate others about international trade developments affecting their region or in which their country is participating.
"Commentary on current events and devolopments in Canadian, international and foreign law."
Highlighted sources on legal knowledge, Web development, and law library management.
"Current trends and topics emerging in the legal and business communities."
This blawg presents "articles and opinions on current affairs, news, Canadian and American politics, Ontario family law, Ontario employment law and important legal developments in Canada and the United States."