With nine publications spanning from cybersecurity law to cannabis to education, it’s clear that AM Law 200 firm Thompson Coburn has a depository of legal knowledge at their hands. That’s why we’re especially excited to welcome them and their insights to our Community.
Thompson Coburn has over 400 attorneys nationwide and boasts over 40 of them as legal bloggers. Their experience in different industries is impressively expansive, involving over 50 areas of the law. They do just about everything, representing Fortune 100, mid-market and small clients as well. And on the content side they do it all too—hosting three podcasts alongside regularly holding webinars.
Let’s get to the good stuff and take a look at these nine publications.
Credit Report is run by a team of five and posts helpful information regarding issues that banks, finance companies, and other lending institutions may encounter in litigation and bankruptcy proceedings. They also have easily available information on the False Claims Act linked in their sidebar.
This multi-authored blog regularly features multiple attorneys in the byline of their posts as they offer advice on how to handle cybersecurity situations. The team additionally provides analysis and commentary on relevant regulations, laws and statutes in the space.
Food Fight—you guessed it—focuses on current and emerging litigation trends and challenges regarding the agriculture, food and consumer products industries.
The U.S. health care industry is complex to say the last, so it’s no surprise that this publication is one of their largest. A dozen bloggers regularly contribute their insight—whether that be on large, overview issues or specific, niche topics.
A trio of bloggers handle this publication, aimed at the specifics regarding copyright laws and doctrines applicable to photographs. The information you can find here will be helpful whether you’re a photographer or someone who regularly uses photos.
The emerging and continued evolution of the Internet definitely muddied some laws. Not sure how? This publication will tell you, as the five bloggers will explain how certain business law basics function differently on the Internet.
REGucation is a blog designed to help the higher education community manage a fast-changing regulatory environment. This can relate to all sorts of things, including real estate, construction, joint ventures, litigation, intellectual property, immigration and much, much more.
Trying to abide by state laws and federal regulations can be tricky if you’re in the medical cannabis industry. Luckily, Thompson Coburn’s experienced team has taken to blogging to help those involved try to navigate through all the complexities.
The Thompson Coburn Lobbying & Policy group puts out a monthly post on “wonky” Washington terms. That political lingo you hear on the news—they’ve taken the time to decode it for you.