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Welcome back to another Top 10 in Law Blogs! This week Sheppard Mullin dives into the first major blockchain-based art auction, Jill Mahoney looks back at the results of the proposed soda tax bans in Oregon and Washington, and Simon Jones explores how the UK may be adapting the law for automotive automation. Have a happy and healthy weekend! A new challenge in the mix: Hotel developments to provide affordable housing? – By Hannah Quarterman…
Welcome back to our Top 10 in Law Blogs! Big news this week was the mid-term election, and a number of bloggers wrote about the implications of the results. Daniel Schwartz discussed how Connecticut’s “blue wave” could impact employment law, and Joseph A. McNelis III reviewed the results of the cannabis ballot measures in four different states. Additionally, Stuart Kaplow wrote about the process of buying a LEED certified building, Lisa Stam considered Remembrance Day…
[Editor’s note: This is the November 9th edition of Bob Ambrogi’s weekly newsletter, This Week with Bob Ambrogi. You can subscribe to the newsletter here.] Rumor has it there was an election this week. If it seems as if that’s all anyone’s talking about, legal bloggers are no exception. Several weighed in to offer their perspectives on the issues and candidates on ballots around the country. The weed wave. Let’s start with the important…
1787 was a busy year in United States history – delegates gathered to create a new constitution for the fledgling nation, the Senate enacted the Northwest Ordinance, which established governing rules for the Northwest Territory (and limited the spread of slavery), the first of the Federalist Papers were published, and – finally – Delaware became the first state in the U.S. when it ratified the Constitution on December 7, with Pennsylvania and New Jersey hot…
Welcome back to our Top 10 in Law Blogs! This week our legal bloggers had two clear events on their minds: the midterm elections, and Halloween. Posts on those topics ranged from Anthony J. Eppert’s piece on ghost revenue, to Sarah E. Merkle’s review of how to determine the legality of a ballot vote, to Brian McGinnis’s discussion of state voting leave laws. Though Halloween has now passed, there’s sure to be more coverage of…
Welcome to the final October 2018 edition of the Top 10 in Law Blogs. This week, the as-of-yet-unwon Mega Millions jackpot has been prominent in the news, so Lawrence H. Heller wrote about what you should do if you’re one of the lucky ones. In big legal tech news, Jean O’Grady reported on Fastcase’s midweek acquisition of LawStreet Media, a legal news reporting platform. Lastly, Gregg E. Clifton wrote about a potential change to a…
Happy Friday, and Happy Top 10 Day! This week’s edition features Tim Lowles’ examination of a key moment in the ALCS, Barclay Nicholson’s look at an important upcoming ballot measure for Coloradan voters, and Mark Arnold’s informative post on the constitutional requirements for the distribution of alcohol. Our Editor-in-Chief, Bob Ambrogi, also highlights a great new access to justice game created by Stanford and Suffolk law schools. Will the American League Baseball finals be decided
Welcome back to another beautiful Friday, and another beautiful Top 10 in Law Blogs! This week features a fascinating consideration of the legal ramifications of “beers for a cause” from Daniel Croxall, David Regan’s thoughtful meditation on World Mental Health Day, and Jeff Simon on the potential impacts of a shift in venture investment towards the Midwest. Here’s to a wonderful Fall weekend! General Release Bars Family from Recovering Art from the Holocaust – By…