Providing information, articles, offers and a forum for discussion to the expert witness community.
Posts cover Pennyslvania Supreme Court rulings, DUI evidence and defense, and note articles and speaking engagements by the authors.
Blog discusses Florida criminal defense, particularly armed robbery, DUI and drug charges.
"Recent news and cases concerning the False Claims Act, qui tams, whistleblowers, and other related collateral proceedings."
"A fresh perspective on divorce, spousal support, child support, parenting after separation and everything family law."
"Legal blog by Chicago-area divorce attorneys, on the many topics of family and divorce law including child custody, domestic violence, property division, mediation, child support, premarital agreements, alimony, retirement benefits, collaborative law, adoption, etc."
Posts "include topics such as data security, intellectual property, advertising and media, and of course, business litigation."
"Discusses the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and other federal and state consumer protection laws and follows collection industry news from a consumer prospective."
Posts "highlight recent cases and issues involving the Federal Rules of Evidence and other topical evidence matters. Topics range from the attorney-client privilege rule (FRE 502), electronic, Internet and expert evidence issues, confrontation clause, pending rule amendments, legislation, privilege issues, recent noteworthy cases and other issues, practical tips, 'Supreme Court Watch' entries and more."
"A blog focusing on all aspects of fiduciary duty litigation."
Geoffrey Fieger engages in an open conversation with blog readers all while providing his take on any number of topics.
Commentary and summaries of cases before the New Orleans-based 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
"A blog about Florida appellate practice, with legal writing tutorials, updates on recent Florida case law and the author's 'random thoughts' on topics related to Florida appellate practice."
"News and updates on legal issues facing the construction industry in Florida."
"Addresses litigation and compliance issues related to labeling and promotion of FDA regulated products."
John P. Galligan represents Fort Hood, Texas, shooting suspect Maj. Nidal Hasan, and he started this blog in response to a partial gag order forbidding him from inadvertently or purposefully "divulging, publishing or revealing, either by word or conduct," information from the evidence. The blog contains links to military law stories in the mainstream media.
Covers injury law news, reports and opinions in Florida.
Provides case summaries and commentary by a federal defender in the 4th Circuit.
"The goal of the 'Fruits of the Poisonous Tree' blog is to provide a forum where visitors can connect with me in an open discourse about law-related topics."
"Trial, litigation and the practice of law."
Blog discusses criminal law and procedure, as well as court opinions in Washington and nationally.
Posts focus largely on issues that affect or generate e-discovery litigation. Author Gabe Acevedo is also an occasional legal technology contributor to Above the Law.
"The O’Mara Law Group was engaged for George Zimmerman’s legal defense, but we cannot ignore that there are other issues surrounding the charges against Mr. Zimmerman. Professionally, it is not our place to be involved in the surrounding discussion, but we do feel a responsibility to help distinguish between what is relevant to the current legal case and what is not. It is our hope and intent to assist in focusing the conversation when appropriate, rather than allowing the lack of focus to distort the process."
Featuring news and issues related to serious injury litigation.
This is the personal blog of famed trial lawyer Gerry Spence. The blog promises to provide insights into his more than 55 years of practice. He wrote in his inaugural post: "My greatest fear is that I will die before my life’s work is complete. That unfinished business includes joining you in this Internet world and sharing with you what I have learned. I hope you will hear my timid knocking at your door and let me in."