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…
It was another busy week in the news, but one story stood out above the others – Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s hearing, and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s subsequent testimony. A.J. Hernandez Anderson wrote on Anita Hill’s testimony years ago, and how little the U.S. has changed since then, when it comes to sexual harassment; Chris Jones considered the Republicans’ possible plans following the hearings; and Elizabeth Torphy-Donzella discussed the impacts of a recent…
Another Top 10 in Law Blogs, another ILTACON in the books! This week a number of our top blog posts feature ILTACON coverage, including a guest post from Cynthia McCollough on Heather Morse’s blog, about the art of mastering pitches, Stephen Embry’s rumination on the Day 1 keynote, and Kevin O’Keefe’s interview with Ryan Alshak, the inspirational CEO of Ping, Inc. Other great posts from this week are Steven L. Friedman’s report on the news…
We’re back with another edition of LexBlog’s Top 10 in Law Blogs – the first of its kind on our stunningly redesigned front page! This week the environment took center stage, with David O’Connor writing about the expansion of clean energy policies; Sheila Millar and JC Walker on Amazon’s $1.5 million settlement for deceptive biodegradable claims; and Stuart Kaplow on, yes, you read that right, a multimillion dollar award in a sustainable hog case. Here’s…
It was a busy week for the United States Supreme Court! Jonathan Wargo wrote about its opinion in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc, wherein the court ruled that states can require retailers to collect sales taxes on their online transactions regardless of whether the retailer has a physical presence in that state; Suyash S. Raiborde posted about the Supreme Court’s reversion of the Ninth Circuit’s grant of a preliminary injunction on President Donald Trump’s “travel…
This week was decidedly not easy, but a number of our bloggers covered this outpouring of terrible news with aplomb. Tom Vick, President of the State Bar of Texas, put out a call for attorney volunteers at the U.S.-Mexico border and shared a list of resources for those looking to help, while William C. Silverman dropped everything to represent women and children detainees with the CARA Family Detention Project. Barbara S. Mishkin also focused on…
Welcome black to the Top 10 in Law Blogs! It’s a stunningly beautiful day at LexBlog headquarters in Seattle, Washington, and we hope its similarly gorgeous wherever this post happens to find you. This week features, per usual, a wide variety of posts including Jon Wainwright’s examination of venture capitalist Tim Draper’s initiative to split California into three states, Aaron Lukken’s powerful tribute to Anthony Bourdain, and Nicole Black’s great discussion of lawyer ratings and…
Welcome back to another week of our Top 10 in Law Blogs! Two law-blogging powerhouses, Heather Morse and Bob Ambrogi, recently underwent website/blog redesign adventures and, true to form, both of them wrote about their experiences and offered their insights for others considering a web change. Other great features this week included Colin Levy’s interview with the founding director of the Transactional Lab & Clinic at the University of Michigan Law School, Michael L. Bloom;…
Another month has come and gone, and now we’re back with the first June 2018 edition of the Top 10 in Law Blogs. This week features a number of social media-focused posts, including Jeffrey Neuburger’s piece on the Facebook photo tagging privacy dispute, and Ashley Bobo on the legalities of blocking people on Twitter. Other highlights include a phenomenal post from Caragh Landry on a newfound appreciation for legal operations staff, and Ira S. Sacks…