Richard Granat continues mission of helping lawyers productize legal services with new blog
“This year looks like it is the year that everyone is discussing the productization of legal services, an area that I have been involved in for more than two decades, so I decided I had something to say about the subject.”
Richard Granat had his eLawyering blog back in 2008—but has been interested in law products since 1995 when the Internet began to take off. He has now moved on to publish the Law Product Makers Blog which is for lawyers and others interested in converting legal services into legal products.
Granat’s resume is quite impressive, having been the founder and CEO of several law product ventures such as SmartLegalForms and LawMediaLabs. His dedication to the legal community is evident in his ventures—both past and present—and through his writings.
Award-winning blogger Lou Vlahos launches TaxSlaw
Vlahos tackles the near-impossible in his blog—making taxes fun and entertaining. Many of his posts feature artwork from cartoonist Walt Handelsman, the artist of his title graphic as well. Vlahos covers all sorts of tax topics—from real estate to the federal budget to the American Families Plan.
And, while supplies last, subscribing to TaxSlaw gives you an opportunity to receive a limited edition t-shirt. Vlahos is also this week’s guest on This Week in Legal Blogging, which will be available tomorrow.
Three more publications join the community
- A new blog but certainly not new to LexBlog is BakerHostetler who publishes their 14th blog. The Bargaining Table provides legal perspectives on managing unionized workforces. The firm’s labor relations team authors this publication.
- Solow Hartnett Galvan is new to our community this week. We welcome their SHG Immigration Law Blog, which is authored by a trio of attorneys. They regularly offer insights on topics such as asylum and refugee law, deportation defense, visas and more.
- Xakia rounds out our publications this week. Their blog is dedicated to offering simple, practical information for legal departments. They write on topics regarding legal tech and business needs, matter management software among others.