This blawg examines the NBC television series The Office and comes up with a per-episode estimate of the value of litigation claims against Dunder Mifflin.
"A blog on developments in California civil procedure authored by a partner at Kirkland & Ellis LLP."
"Discussion of federal and state products liability litigation." Informal products liability posts and occasional “Abnormal Interviews” feature Q&As with law professors. "Friday Links" skip tort law and focus on the rest of the blawgosphere.
Posts cover news related to personal injury cases, medical malpractice and product recalls in Florida.
Posts cover new trends in consumer class-action litigation as well as recent announcements from the Federal Trade Commission, Consumer Product Safety Commission and Better Business Bureau's National Advertising Division.
"Analyzing the Affordable Care Act's impact on employers and providers."
“Coverage and commentary on issues in affordable housing, community development and tax credits.”
"With the risk of class action litigation on the rise, companies in all industries are looking for new and better ways to protect themselves. Ahead of the Class focuses on class action defense, addressing current cases and decisions, trends, and strategies associated with class action lawsuits."
"Regulatory and distribution updates for the alcoholic beverage industry."
Venable's advertising and marketing team tracks the legal moves of the Federal Trade Commission, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and even Facebook's platform policy to call shenanigans on website language and the latest marketing tactics that do not (or soon will not) pass legal muster. Posts also note key appellate decisions and what they mean for advertisers.
"A blog from Ontario, Canada about the transfer of wealth from one generation to another. All About Estates is a collaborative blog that brings together lawyers, accountants, trust officers, and social workers to provide you with current and accurate information about estates, trusts, tax, litigation, guardianship and elder care. Each weekday a different blogger from a different organization will write an entry."
"A patent prosecution blog with in-depth discussion of decisions by the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences, prosecution strategies and U.S. Patent and Trademark Office procedures."
“International trade developments affecting U.S. trade manufacturers, producers, and service industries.”
"Provides insights and commentary surrounding complex antitrust litigation and trade regulation."
Posts cover global news about anti-trust cases and regulatory changes.
Posts focus on the growing antitrust arena with news updates and commentary featuring podcasts and e-books.
Posts cover topics such as antitrust compliance programs, decisions and ongoing litigation in federal antitrust cases, and news from the Department of Justice's antitrust division.
"A daily law blog from the perspective of four criminal trial attorneys in Minnesota."
Posts track how well arbitration agreements are passing scrutiny in appellate court decisions nationwide—paying special attention to rulings that define the limits of arbitrators' power and giving frank opinions on this jurisprudence. Some posts answer her readers questions about rules hidden inside the Federal Arbitration Act.
This blog “provides insightful and useful information for real estate investors” and offers advice to landlords for potential issues they may face.
The blog covers a variety of legal topics but focuses on family law and the business of law in Arkansas.
"A blog focused on significant legal, policy, and cultural developments in the Arkansas sustainasphere." Posts are about environmental law. Recent entries include "'Greenwashing' and the Need for Third-Party Green Certification," "The Case for Adopting the 2009 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC)" and "Sustainability Law 101: The New Markets Tax Credits Program."
"Recent developments in art litigation and art finance."
"English legal developments relevant to the art world." Recent entries include "Enforcement against state-owned art abroad" and "Good news for experts and valuers."
Posts cover and comment on legal issues relating to museums and the visual arts and alert readers about symposiums on art law topics.1 2 3 > Last ›