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Former CloudNine Vice President of Professional Services and eDiscovery thought leader, Doug Austin authors the eDiscoveryToday blog. While the daily blog made its debut just last week, Austin has provided insight on eDiscovery best practices, case law, cybersecurity, and data privacy for about ten years on CloudNine’s eDiscovery Daily blog. eDisoveryToday will cover the same topics, as well as additional topics, like product reviews and announcements. In his introductory post, Austin said he hopes the blog “will contribute at least a small sense of normalcy as we all strive to get life back to normal.”
Victor Forberger is Wisconsin labor and employment attorney. He is a solo practitioner whose focus in any litigation is “making sure your concerns remain at the center of the case,” he wrote. He brings two blogs to the LexBlog Network:
The Wisconsin Unemployment blog comments and analyzes Wisconsin unemployment law. Forberger also reports on national trends and keeps up to date with new unemployment litigation in other states to broaden his analysis. Unsurprisingly, a major focus of recent posts has been on unemployment concerns due to COVID-19.
Linux Attorney documents Forberger’s experiences and advice for using Linux, the most used open source operating system. This is the first blog in the LexBlog Network that brings a lawyer’s perspective to using an operating system. He often comments on the specific features that are especially useful or unuseful to his work as an attorney.
The New York Divorce & Family Law Blog** is Jaspan Schlesginer LLP’s third blog in the LexBlog Network. The blog comments on matrimonial and family law with a focus on issues in Nassua, Suffolk, and Queens counties in Long Island—where the firm primarily practices. The bloggers have so far focused on family law issues in light of COVID-19, and have provided commentary on what to do if contemplating divorce in quarantine, how to divide stimulus checks between divorcing parties, and how to handle other family law matters.