"Tips on getting the most from focus groups, voir dire and witness preparation."
Blog discusses employment law, consumer law, antitrust law, securities law, class actions and other related topics.
"The Accurate Court Reporting, Inc. blog is a bi to tri weekly updated blog that covers topics such as: Frivolous Legal Claims, Law Technology, Court Reporting, Discovery and Marketing for law firms."
News, cases and developments in Alabama appellate practice.
"A commentary on topics of interest to litigation in the state of Alabama. It often discusses new cases of interest as well as other legal news."
“A blog about everything relating to e-discovery matters, rulings and findings.”
"About privacy and access to information, the law of confidential business information and the law of production (including e-discovery)."
"Designed for the exchange of information and ideas regarding risk management, professionalism, ethics, international law, and technology in the practice of law. Contributors provide helpful and useful information on practice management, malpractice avoidance, claims, underwriting, finances, marketing, social media, legal IT, e-discovery, career development, and more."
“A blog providing the knowledge you need to form your true beliefs about police misconduct, wrongful convictions, government transparency, and other civil rights issues.” Posts also discuss whistleblower protection and the Freedom of Information Act.
The main topic of this blog is how to successfully craft post-conviction appeals, with a focus on the California courts. Posts also examine instances of prosecutorial and police misconduct.
Discusses criminal court cases in front of the Arkansas Court of Appeals and Arkansas Supreme Court.
"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."
Posts cover copyright lawsuits in the art world, legal issues related to art seized by Nazis during World War II, and rulings from United Kingdom courts related to art ownership.
Posts cover and comment on legal issues relating to museums and the visual arts and alert readers about symposiums on art law topics.
Posts about legal writing and litigation strategies, news about legal conferences and the occasional academic job announcement.
Posts address pitfalls encountered by trial lawyers, legal writing and, occasionally, law practice management.
Posts feature news and information, including Twitter and headline roundups, on developments in litigation in a variety of practice areas and industries.
Posts give advice to potential DUI defendants, specific to Arizona.
"One lawyer's take on the news."
Posts share the author's opinions on e-discovery debates and answer e-discovery questions posed by readers.
"Blog featuring topics affecting the everyday lives of the clients, lawyers and general public in Cherokee County, Georgia." Topics include family law and criminal defense.
A roundup of the police, courts and crime stories in the city and central Maryland, produced by the Baltimore Sun.
"News and insight regarding banking, as it pertains to directors and officers liability."
Blog discusses aspects of the criminal justice system and philosophy. "[Pattison's] biggest objection to our Criminal Justice system is that it's complicated with enough smoke and mirrors that the simplicity of it is overwhelmed by the fog of process. Common sense dictates that if we can identify the foundational themes of Criminal Law, Defense, and the Constitution, the System is manageable. The purpose of this Blog is to simplify things from their most basic level to practical application."