Note from the Associate Editor, Melissa Lin
We are proud to welcome a medley of firms, bloggers and blogs to LexBlog this week; from firms that have centuries of shared experience under their attorneys’ belts to those that were only established in the early 2000s, from bloggers who write on issues relevant to multiple practice areas and all types of disputes to those who have a distinct focus on issues such as website accessibility, and from bloggers who have backgrounds as educators to those who are also special masters.
Regardless of relevant state, legal interest, or practice area, readers will be sure to find a blog or blogger in this week’s batch of new members that resonate with them. Please join us in welcoming our newest members and catch up on all the newest blogs in recent weeks here.
Newest blogs launched
Ohio Employment Law Matters by Bailey Cavalieri focuses on pertinent issues relating to employment and labor law, such as website accessibility obligations. In addition, author Jamie LaPlante offers readers helpful employment tips and best practices via video.
Newest Members Added to the Network
Emery Law, Ltd. covers a wide scope of legislative topics spanning from questions of compensation to human rights through the eyes of Ethan White, an adjunct professor at Northwestern School of Law with experience navigating both state and federal dealings.
Faruki PLL discusses current intellectual property and business-litigation cases within the Supreme Court and beyond, providing an insightful and detailed account of legislative proceedings via the voices of several accomplished attorney authors.
Simmons Hanly Conroy’s “support blog” brings awareness to important issues surrounding mesothelioma, asbestos, and personal injury law while capturing the attention of readers with informative posts about such pertinent matters as the ongoing fight to ban asbestos coupled with powerful personal accounts from clients.
Disputing is a Texas-based arbitration, mediation, and alternative disputing blog headed by Karl Bayer, an expert in dispute resolution and Fellow at the Center for Public Policy Dispute Resolution. The blog touches on innovative and high-profile dispute cases, such as that of a robot mediator, to keep readers in the know.
Steven J. Thayer, MBA, JD features content centered around finance and business-enterprise law. Thayer’s breadth of knowledge regarding business and corporate practice shines through to readers via his comments on the catastrophic lack of cryptocurrency regulation as well as other financial affairs.