Posts track the course of criminal prosecutions of Ponzi schemers and their accomplices as well as efforts to recover stolen funds for victims of these schemes.
Ken White and his flock are fighting a holy war for free speech. His creed: You don't have the right not to be offended. The writing is clear, funny and instructive: Check out his semi-regular "lawsplainer" posts that offer his lawyerly take on the constitutional issues of the day.
The authors post about books and papers, law school job openings, concerns of working professors, and "a variety of topics related to law and life."
This blog offers thorough discussions of how the Internet age affects both intellectual property and false advertising law, as well as analysis of recent related cases.
Posts investigate the latest issues in computer forensics and e-discovery. Lawyer/consultant Sharon Nelson guides readers as she explores new technologies and reacts, sometimes
with incredulity, at the stunning revelations from lax oversight and poor records management.
Posts discuss issues that affect the blogger’s foreclosure-defense clients.
Posts discuss topics such as non-compete agreements, whistle-blowing and harassment—from an employee's point of view.
Several posts per day, keep “sentencing fans” updated on the latest news stories, commentary, cert grants, rulings, argument transcripts, research and scholarship on criminal penalties.
The blog is no longer active, but it offered marketing advice, strategies, law practice management tips and internal issue advice. It provided advice on how Lean Six Sigma can be implemented to increase productivity.
Posts offer the author's jaded take on criminal justice news and issues within and sometimes beyond New York City’s borders.
Posts cover legal questions that arise with the use of social media.
Susan Cartier Liebel and her rock-solid roster of contributors give comprehensive advice and frank opinions for those who are or want to be solo practitioners. Posts address both a reader's practical questions and conflicted emotions.
"Regular updates about interesting developments and themes in the application of technology to law practice and law business." For law firms and law departments on a quest for efficiency through technology and staffing. Posts cover knowledge management, outsourcing and alternate fee arrangements.
Kelly Phillips Erb writes chatty posts about federal tax proposals that lawmakers are kicking around, and she gives her takes on whether they're worthwhile or likely to pass. She also warns readers of e-mail scams claiming to offer tax refunds.
Posts tell readers which tech gadgets and applications are worthwhile to use in law practice or law school.
This blog discusses Internet and intellectual property law with an emphasis on search engines, spam, adware/spyware, and other marketing issues.
First-person posts cover issues related to a small-firm lawyer's Arizona criminal defense practice.
Posts aim to keep readers up to date on legal issues impacting Texas agriculture and cover water law, oil and gas law, leasing, property rights, right-to-farm statutes and animal cruelty issues.
The blog is aimed at art professionals interested in learning about employment contracts and their other legal rights; copyright news is also covered.
Churns out original BigLaw coverage from dawn to dusk every business day, and they also never fail to focus on how national and world news might affect the Am Law 200. Posts cover law firm news, new litigation (with a focus on the firms involved), as well as major federal and state court rulings.
"Law and lobbying in the nation's capital." While the BLT's law firm news for the most part stays inside the Beltway, its concise and timely original reporting on all three branches of the federal government gives it national appeal.
The blog has a stated goal of being a "career sherpa" for its readers. Some posts give advice to those who seek success in BigLaw or at least news about BigLaw hiring trends; other posts focus on women in the law and work-life balance issues.
Analytical and philosophical posts cover criminal justice writ large: misconceptions about the rate of violent crime, how to fix the jury system, “overcriminalization” and the high rate of incarceration in the U.S.
Posts take note of new Android-powered devices and apps and how lawyers can use them in their practices.
Labor and employment issues for employers in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Posts cover actions of the National Labor Relations Board, critique corporations' social media policies and discuss how much the law protects trade secrets.