This Week in Legal Blogging

This Week in Legal Blogging with Bob Ambrogi is a weekly show on Facebook Live and Twitter in which we sit down with some of the most accomplished bloggers around and hear about what works for them.

David Oxenford‘s 35-year career in broadcast law began at the College of William and Mary where he managed the college’s radio station. Now, he’s situated in Washington D.C. and a partner at  Wilkinson Barker Knauer. He’s represented everyone from family-owned broadcasters to public companies, trade associations, and financial institutions. Aside from sharing his expertise at broadcasting and digital media conferences, conventions and trade shows—David has been an active blogger since 2006. Broadcast Law
Gerald Maatman is a partner in Seyfarth‘s Labor and Employment practice, specializing in class action suits. He has handled countless class action litigation challenges and represented clients in some of the most significant court cases in corporate America. He has also been teaching Trial Practice and Trial Advocacy Law at Northwestern University for thirty years. Gerald additionally authors the legal blog Workplace Class Action Blog and is editor-in-chief of the Workplace Class Action Litigation
Steven Koprince and Shane McCall are partners at boutique federal government contracting firm Koprince Law LLC. Steven is the firm’s founder and serves as senior partner, while Shane is a managing partner. Their work focuses on helping small businesses across the country with government transaction, compliance issues, and dispute avoidance and resolution. Shane is also the editor of the firm’s blog, SmallGovCon, which Steve started in 2012. Both attorneys regularly author posts for…
Amy Howe is a former editor for SCOTUSblog—today, she continues to serve as an independent contractor and reporter for them while maintaining her own publication, Howe on the Court. She has served counsel in over two dozen merits cases at the Supreme Court and argued two cases there. Amy also previously taught classes about Supreme Court litigation at a variety of law schools including Harvard Law and Stanford Law. Summary: Amy discusses the…
Ed McNicholas is a co-leader of the Ropes & Gray LLP data, privacy, and cybersecurity practice. He has experience advising on a federal, state, and international level and currently represents clients such as technology groups, insurance companies, healthcare providers, and more on data and privacy litigation issues. He is also the author of the data law blog RopesDataPhiles. Episode Summary: Ed discusses his career background, focusing particularly on his work in the Clinton administration.…
It's time again for This Week in Legal Blogging with @bobambrogi. We're thrilled to be joined by leading privacy & cybersecurity lawyer Ed McNicholas of @RopesGray and their blog, RopesDataPhiles. https://t.co/ERpj9xZUbL — LexBlog (@LexBlog) December 17, 2020 Edward McNicholas balances his time between co-leading Ropes & Gray‘s data, privacy & cybersecurity practice and teaching cybersecurity law and policy at The George Washington University Law School. He has also served as an Associate Counsel…
Rebecca Tushnet is a Harvard Law professor who specializes in advertising law, intellectual property, and copyright and trademark matters. She has an impressive list of experiences including clerking under former Supreme Court Justice Souter, practicing IP law at Debevoise & Plimpton, and teaching at NYU Law and Georgetown Law prior to Harvard. She published a wide array of academic works and has authored the acclaimed false advertising-focused legal blog 43(B)log for the last 17 years.…
Leonard Gordon is the chair of Venable‘s Advertising and Marketing Group. He spent several years working for the FTC and uses his experience to help counsel his clients on marketing and business activity. He often represents clients dealing with the FTC, DOJ, CFPB,  as well as business-to-business consumer protection, antitrust, and advertising issues. He is also the editor of the legal blog All About Advertising Law. Episode Summary: Leonard discusses his experience…
Sandra Edelman is a Dorsey & Whitney partner, specializing in copyright, trademark, and advertising matters. She also works with Dorsey’s Intellectual Property Litigation Practice Group, drawing on her practicing experience to help develop legal strategy. Sandra is also the co-creator and co-editor of the heavily praised IP law blog TheTMCA.com, which focuses on these same areas of law. Episode Summary: Sandra discusses how her blog got started, her initial misgivings, and why they went…
Jamie LaPlante is a labor and employment attorney in Columbus, Ohio for Bailey Cavalieri. Jamie represents and advises employers on a variety of legal matters, including compliance, discrimination, affirmative action, and more. She is also the author of the blog Ohio Employment Law Matters, a fairly new blog discussing labor, employment, affirmative action, and website accessibility law. Episode Summary: Bob and Jamie discuss the ways in which her work and blogging have changed…