The blawg has news, analysis and commentary on state and federal consumer class action litigation. The author covers recent opinions and analyzes them from a plaintiffs' viewpoint. Issues covered include the enforceability of mandatory arbitration provisions, attorney fees and class certification.
Addresses litigation-related issues relevant to consumer packaged goods manufacturers ("CPGs"), retailers, CPG advertisers and their in-house and law firm attorneys. Issues include antitrust, securities, advertising, and commercial litigation.
"Analysis and commentary regarding federal, state and local pay-to-play laws, campaign finance law, lobbying and ethics. This blog provides up-to-date information about the ever-changing complex landscape of legal obligations in the area of political law."
“Posts cover legal technology trends, iPad apps for lawyers, legal software and product reviews, high-profile trials, trial presentation and demonstrative graphics.”
"Going where cameras cannot." Posts include the blogger / artist's sketches from oral arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court and from other D.C.-area trials as well as a brief description of what is pictured and links to further coverage.
"Posts explore the many factors involved in juror decision-making and how personal experiences, attitudes and values affect the choices jurors make. Posts also address anything and everything related to persuasion, storytelling, strategy and advocacy in the courtroom."
Posts—most of which are in video form—are either directed at answering the questions of potential clients facing criminal charges in Arizona, offer the author's take on legal issues facing celebrities in the news, or cover the author's own successes in court.
Posts discuss cases dealing with the purchase, possession, import, export and smuggling of cultural artifacts, both in the United States and internationally.
"Observations on technology, law and lawlessness." Posts take note of laws related to computer-based crime, issues that arise with digital evidence in criminal cases, and how lawyers and jurors can commit ethical breaches through their use of technology.
"Hardware and software can retrieve text messages and pictures from cell phones to use in court. We examine computers and extract evidence. We use a forensics expert to help sort through data used in prosecution of federal indictments and state charges, fraud, hacking, theft of trade secrets, and other forms of cybercrimes and civil litigation."
Law and order in Texas, including occasional interviews with evidence experts and tirades about the war on drugs.
"Legal insights on navigating privacy, data protection, cybersecurity, information governance, and e-discovery."
Attorney John Day discusses a wide range of tort topics, with a focus on helping other lawyers understand plaintiff trial practice.
Posts about DUI-related info for Ohio residents. Topics include breath tests, field sobriety tests and getting a driver's license back.
Posts cover trial and appellate practice with a focus on Virginia.
"Commentary on deals and the dealmakers behind them." This is a continuously updated site providing legal and mergers & acquisitions news.
Features the latest news, court rulings and information relating to the death penalty.
"The tao of criminal-defense trial lawyering." Posts discuss the criminal justice system and related topics, with a focus on Texas.
"Breaking news supplementing the defense newsletter covering 11th Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court Cases."
Posts discuss cold cases in the news, forensics, cases the blogger is examining and interviews with people involved in cold cases.
Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog provides business-litigation commentary and case summaries from Delaware's chancery and supreme courts. It also includes developments in legal ethics.
"The Delaware Fiduciary Litigation Blog summarize trusts and estates decisions by Delaware courts."
Portal to all matters relating to Delaware patent litigation.
"Stay up to date on Delaware state court matters."
"Covers juries, litigation consulting and deep thoughts about quirky legal trivia."