Posts discuss cases dealing with the purchase, possession, import, export and smuggling of cultural artifacts, both in the United States and internationally.
The blog gives victims of unsolved cases a Web presence—well over 100 victims so far—and also speaks out for defendants she thinks have been wrongfully convicted. If readers are able to find and send her more information about a case she's written about, she'll file follow-up posts. Other posts contain interviews with evidence experts and crime novelists about their work.
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.
Legal research services—Bloomberg BNA, LexisNexis, Westlaw—are a big part of this blog's beat. But O'Grady also takes close looks at new legal research platforms, interviews legal publishing leaders, and explores the evolving role of law librarians as the profession absorbs new technology and law firms rethink how they serve clients.
Though titularly aimed at family law practitioner this is a law practice management and marketing blog with ideas that are broadly applicable across many practice areas. The blogger spins out larger lessons for attorneys looking to better manage their small and midsize shops.
Closely covers the law of politics, including election law, campaign finance, legislation, voting rights, initiatives, redistricting, and U.S. Supreme Court nominations. Tracks election administration mishaps, financing issues and election snafus.
Posts summarize and offer commentary on cases related to e-discovery and note amendments to the rules of civil procedure.
Most posts offer helpful roundups of the week's labor and employment law news and what's breaking in the related blawgosphere. The posts' intended audience are human resource professionals, inside counsel and management-side employment law attorneys.
Every weekday, law professors post on the very latest rulings regarding the admissibility of evidence in criminal cases and what sorts of lines of questioning should be permitted at criminal trials. They also note differences between the federal rules of evidence and the rules of various states. Occasionally, they will comment on whether they think courts have reached the right outcomes in these evidence cases or note fishy behavior by prosecutors.
"Perhaps little more than my own often-conflicted views about what the 'right' democracy is." Posts discuss election law and legal education topics.
Op-eds and first-person posts on criminal law topics and coverage of appellate criminal decisions. The blog ceased publishing on March 20, 2017.
Posts cover Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement actions, news, and analysis. Lawyers who have participated in FCPA cases sometimes contribute guest posts; and lawyers from other nations—such as the United Kingdom and Australia—contribute posts focusing on their own countries' regulation.
This blog covers topics of interest to Food and Drug Administration-regulated companies, fellow food and drug and health-care lawyers and regulatory personnel, as well as people just generally interested in FDA law. The blog provides timely updates on FDA enforcement actions, proposed rules, personnel changes, new and improved policies, along with related issues such as health-care fraud and abuse, drug and device reimbursement, HIPAA, and other topics of interest.
Posts highlight tools and media you can use to help optimize your finances and document the blogger’s own “side hustle” efforts in the sharing economy.
Posts cover significant court decisions related to the Family and Medical Leave Act; the act's little-known rules and provisions; and proposed changes to FMLA regulations.
FOIA Advisor is a one-stop, online freedom of information resource for both experienced practitioners and new FOIA requesters. Visitors have free access to federal court decisions, reference material, how-to-guides, FOIA news, and a Q-and-A forum.
FourthAmendment.com has summaries of search-and-seizure cases and news.
Posts cover recent cases in the news related to criminal defendants; the wrongfully convicted and the exonerated; the death penalty and sentencing in general.
This National Center for State Courts blog covers new legislation affecting the courts in all 50 states. It also has a helpful database that allows a reader to search bills affecting courts by state, type or year. Posts also identify legislative trends among the states.
Posts feature insight and analysis about domain name disputes, online brand protection issues and other Internet legal issues.
Posts tackle “glass ceiling” discrimination cases and related employment discrimination topics.
Blog discusses cases in which golf plays a role, with a myriad of quirky and humorous results.
This blog focuses on white-collar crime, particularly federal prosecutions of corporate executives. Posts contain information about grand jury probes and current cases, as well as commentary on recent court decisions and legislation.
Along with documenting recent changes in Tennessee family law, this blog provides case studies of various issues that arise in marriage, divorce and custody cases. The blogger also provides a photo of the week and presents an annual CLE seminar to update practitioners about changes to Tennessee family law.
How Appealing calls itself the first blawg devoted to appellate litigation. Updated frequently throughout the day, it posts links to breaking legal news stories and important court decisions. The site is an affiliate of law.com and also has links to its stories.