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."
"Highlights topics relevant to legal practitioners at western corporations and law firms who are interested in legal process globalization and outsourcing. Some posts may also provide useful insights for global legalization and legal process outsourcing vendors. In addition, some posts may highlight the activities of Red Bridge Strategy Inc. and the personal causes and interests of Matthew Sullivan."
Blog includes posts on DUI charges, juvenile cases, substance abuse programs and field sobriety tests.
"Golf Dispute Resolution tracks the intersection between golf and the resolution of legal disputes." Blog discusses cases in which golf plays a role.
Provides insight on injury law reports, cases and matters in Georgia.
"Addressing developments in False Claims Act practice, with a particular focus on emerging types of whistleblower cases."
Groklaw covers legal news of interest to the free software and open source community, such as the SCO litigation regarding Linux. Additionally, the site offers attorneys technical advice. Any attorney can submit technical questions that they might need to understand to be able to handle a deposition, for example, of an expert.
"A blog dedicated to discussing the Nevada Supreme Court & criminal law in Nevada." Specifically, the blawg focuses on "cases in the news, legislation, the death penalty, local courts and judges, the U.S. Supreme Court, prisons" and Nevada Supreme Court information.
Blog discusses the work of private judges, specifically regarding divorce in California. "Useful comments on doing a divorce."
"The purpose of this blog site is to provide notice about recent developments in the field of intellectual property." Major topics include trademarks, the music industry and patent prosecution.
"This blog will primarily focus on topics that are of interest to health care practitioners, providers and others working in the health care realm. Under that broad heading, this blog will provide articles related to Health Care Reform, HIPAA, HITECH, Compliance, Regulations, specific Providers, Billing/Payment, Medicare."
"This website discusses the nature and advantages of ADR and contains discussions about recent case law dealing with ADR. It will be a ready reference to important developments in ADR."
"The source for legal industry news, market trends and Hildebrandt Institute events."
"This blawg is for people who have been injured, or have family members who were, and have no idea what to do next. In it we will provide an overview of the complex world of injury claims."
Blog covers the latest news, decisions and rules in the area of hydraulic fracturing.
“If it wasn’t raised on the record in the trial court, it didn’t happen for purposes of appeal. Like every generalization, there are exceptions to that rule. But no appellate lawyer wants to be in the position of having to come within some narrow exception for raising unpreserved error on appeal in order to prevail. So, it’s critical for trial lawyers (and appellate lawyers who help at trial) to know the rules for preserving the record for appeal. Following these rules has the added advantage of helping you win at trial—after all, the trial judge is more likely to get it right if he or she hears your arguments while the case is still ongoing. This blog is dedicated to preservation of error, both at trial and on the appeal itself. In short, we want to help you make your case more appealing. We will post brief case studies along with practical tips on preserving error and lessons learned from failing to do so.”
"National conversations about continuous improvement of the civil justice system."
"Explains the law, penalties, and defenses to drunken driving charges. The site goes in-depth on issues such as blood and breath test evidence."
Blawg news, events, information, and coverage of Illinois injury law including the topics of car accidents, medical malpractice, workers' compensation, wrongful death, and nursing home abuse.
The Illinois Legal Malpractice Blog covers court decisions and lawsuits dealing with legal malpractice, with an Illinois focus. It provides links to articles and cases of interest.
"Covers issues in Plaintiffs law both nationally and in Illinois." Blog about financial litigation, injury law and medical malpractice cases. A common topic is medical prosthesis recalls.