Thanks to a should’ve-seen-that-coming flight delay from United Airlines and an extra night in Orlando following LXBN TV’s coverage of the 2014 Legal Marketing Association’s Annual Conference, I’m getting this post up earlier than I anticipated—though later than normal. This week, we have new publications from two AmLaw 200 firms who really have their act together when it comes to blogging.

  • First up, I’m excited to announce the second blog on the LexBlog Network from Ballard Spahr. Their CFPB Monitor has been nothing short of superb, so I look forward to seeing what they have to offer now with Housing Plus. So far, things appear to be off to an excellent start as already have a wealth of strong posts providing guidance and legal insight for all aspects of housing and community development.
  • From employment to privacy to immigration, Mintz Levin covers a number of different subjects well with their blogs, and they look to tackle a big one next as they launch Technology Matters. In their own words, the blog’s authors “are dedicated to giving their perspective on the legal, business, and financial considerations at play for science and technology companies of all sizes and in all stages of corporate growth.”