"Discussion of federal and state products liability litigation." Informal products liability posts and occasional “Abnormal Interviews” feature Q&As with law professors. "Friday Links" skip tort law and focus on the rest of the blawgosphere.
Venable's advertising and marketing team tracks the legal moves of the Federal Trade Commission, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and even Facebook's platform policy to call shenanigans on website language and the latest marketing tactics that do not (or soon will not) pass legal muster. Posts also note key appellate decisions and what they mean for advertisers.
Posts track how well arbitration agreements are passing scrutiny in appellate court decisions nationwide—paying special attention to rulings that define the limits of arbitrators' power and giving frank opinions on this jurisprudence. Some posts answer her readers questions about rules hidden inside the Federal Arbitration Act.
"Recent developments in art litigation and art finance."
Posts cover developments in corporate and securities law—mostly the latest in California, but also federal law.
Posts cover law topics related to corporate governance; finance and economics; mergers & acquisitions; securities regulation; and the Dodd-Frank Act.
New and noteworthy developments in the labor and employment law field, with a particular emphasis on Connecticut. This blawg looks at laws, regulations, decisions and news articles that will be of interest to practitioners, in-house counsel and human resource professionals.
Posts cover the latest actions, policies and staff changes of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
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.
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.
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 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.
Blog posts summarize federal and state court decisions related to social media, blogging and copyright. The author also discusses newly emerging technology issues, cybersecurity and how content licensing is affected by Internet laws.
"A site for lawyers who use iPhones." Gives readers a heads-up on iPhone applications on the horizon and provides reviews on and detailed instructions on the use of the apps that the blogger has tried for himself.
This blawg discusses recent court decisions and news stories related to legal ethics issues—lawyer advertising, attorney-client privilege, multijurisdictional practice—and follows news stories of allegations and trials related to lawyer or judicial misconduct.
The focus of this blog is international judicial assistance in civil and commercial cases. Specific issues covered include service of process abroad, obtaining evidence abroad for use in the United States and vice versa, and recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments and international arbital awards.
"Legal humor. Seriously." Daily posts feature legal, political and criminal justice stories in the news that seem too outlandish to be true.
New York Business Divorce provides information on dissolution and other disputes among owners of New York corporations, limited liability companies and partnerships.
Posts offer employer-side litigation tips and cover labor law cases that have interesting fact patterns. Hyman's Friday staple is "WIRTW" (what I read this week), containing links to select opinions and blog posts.
Posts provide information related to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's post-grant proceedings, decisions and rule-making.
The author keeps an eagle eye on developments in the chemical, biotech, and pharmaceutical industry, and discusses recent cases and USPTO decisions that may affect how patents are granted and protected.
Posts cover “the not-as-boring” trademark battles related to television, comic books, video games and sports brands.
Posts cover legal questions that arise with the use of social media.
Posts tell readers which tech gadgets and applications are worthwhile to use in law practice or law school.
Posts take note of new Android-powered devices and apps and how lawyers can use them in their practices.