The LexBlog Network grows by four this week with publications on four different areas of law. Almost anyone who’s reading this knows what it’s like when you first start out on a blog; at the beginning it can feel like shouting into the abyss. So go give these new bloggers some love, who doesn’t enjoy the most simple of comments?
- The Los Angeles Bankruptcy Law Monitor is authored by Orange County attorney Christine Wilton. Her practice is dedicated to the protection of consumer rights through bankruptcy chapter 13 and 7 cases.
- Next up is Workplace Investigations, a blog aimed at providing readers with a guide to investigating and other workplace problems. It is updated by California lawyer Debra Reilly, who has conducted well over four hundred workplace investigations for various Municipalities, Districts, Authorities, the United States Postal Service , and a multitude of private sector employers.
- Published by Nashville lawyers Julie Burnstein and George Nolan of Leader, Bulso, Nolan & Burnstein, the Tennessee Business Litigation Report has news and updates on the latest developments in Tennessee business torts.
- And just launched today, we have Wealth Law Blog, which is focused on various legal issues that have a profound impact upon businesses and families seeking to build, protect, and distribute wealth. It is published by attorneys at Samuels Yoelin Kantor Seymour & Spinrad LLP, one of Oregon’s oldest law firms.