Trials & Litigation
Wage and Hour Laws
"The blog provides up-to-date information on wage-hour principles and developments." Quick Quiz questions are a reoccurring element.
"The California Wage And Hour Law Weblog." Discussion of wage and hour legal issues, law and legislation under California and federal law.
Western Canada Business Litigation Blog
"Current trends and topics emerging in the legal and business communities."
Wexler Wallace Blog
Posts cover class action lawsuits, white-collar crime and U.S. Supreme Court rulings related to class actions.
What’s Up With E-Discovery?
"Provides visitors with up-to-date information about the ever-changing world of electronic discovery."
When the Abuser Goes to Work
"This blog focuses on the legal aspects of workplace abuse with particular attention to bullying."
Willens Law Offices Blog
This blog posts are about personal injury law, medical malpractice, workers' compensation and the practice of trial law. Also repurposes the author's monthly column for the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.
Winning Trial Advocacy Techniques
"Learn how to persuade jurors and win more trials, with simple, powerful, and proven trial advocacy techniques and tips."
Wisconsin Business and Commercial Litigation
"All Wisconsin business and commercial litigation, all the time. Geographically limited to issues and events that arise in Wisconsin courts, federal and/or state. No criminal, no family, no trusts and estates. Just litigation and trial issues, primarily business related."
"Y'all Politics is the definitive site on politics and law in Mississippi."
Z the Monthly Blog and Legal Newsletter
"A blog and newsletter about the politics of crime (criminal politics) and prison legal issues. Should the law advance Deterrence or Retribution, Banishment or Rehabilitation? Donations and store proceeds feed the Prison Innocence Project and Monthly Newsletter (annual report available on request)."
Zen Lawyer Seattle
"Patrick discusses his thoughts on personal injury practice. He believes all trials are plays, and a personal injury case is a 'tragedy.' Among his blog discussion is his theory gleaned from Aristotle in Poetics that tragedy at its highest level involves the audience (jury) in a universal cause-and-effect action where the jury pities the hero (plaintiff) and fears the adversity (injury) could happen to them. A catharsis takes place as the jury provides for fairness by way of a verdict."
"A blog mostly about Washington law, with a focus on civil litigation and recent cases. I have no responsibilities here whatsoever."