After several post intros last week boasting about Seattle’s warm and sunny weather, we are back to our cliche rain. But that doesn’t put too much of a damper on what was still a strong week that saw three new publications join our ranks.

  • The LexBlog Network’s presence north of the border continues to rapidly expand as another one of Canada’s premiere firm continues to grow its array of publications—that’d be Fasken Martineau with the launch of their latest blog, Competition Chronicle. The blog will provide key insight and practical guidance on competition and antitrust matters, in addition to providing commentary on foreign investment developments. 
  • This is a blog that we were in a race to get online because the media requests surrounding current developments were coming all too frequently for the authoring: that’d be Plane-ly Spoken from Mark Dombroff and McKenna Long & Aldridge. The blog, if the pun-y title doesn’t give it a way, covers aviation law—with commentary on discuss topics such as recent decisions and litigation, legal trends, airworthiness directives, regulatory interpretations, FAA counsel opinions, and FAA enforcement actions.
  • Last but not least, we have a firm that’s really grown out its network of blogs recently: that’d be McLane, as this week they launched their third blog with the debut of the New Hampshire Family Law Guide. In their own words, “to provide a timely resource and overview of the sometimes overwhelming issues in family law, including prenuptial agreements, legal separations, divorce, annulments, and child custody issues.”