Top 10 in Law Blogs: Confidentiality Agreements, Climate Talks, Wrongful Discharge


Canadian litigation of course has no bearing on United States law, but there’s a very interesting ruling coming out north of the border—where someone who went around a paywall got hit with a copyright infringement ruling. Check out ILN IP Insider’s post on the matter. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 204. What You … Continue Reading

Top 10 in Law Blogs: Tom Clancy’s Estate, Cybersecurity at Banks, Depositions


There was a lot of cybersecurity talk yesterday and it continues today with a good piece from Philip Stein on cybersecurity for banks and then the weekly podcast from Stewart Baker. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 211. The Hunt for Who’s Responsible for Tom Clancy’s Estate Tax – Bill Keeler of Garver Schubert Barer on the … Continue Reading

Paris attacks demonstrate the relevance of social media


Social media became our means of communicating and getting information following Friday’s terrorist attacks—not only for Parisians, but for people around the world. People were more apt to turn to Twitter, especially its new “Moments” feature, than traditional news sources, on or offline. People with a smartphone near the seen of the attacks became instantaneous … Continue Reading

25 percent of all websites are run on WordPress

WordPress Blogs for lawyers

Seventy-five to go writes WordPress co-founder, Matt Mullenweg, referring to the W3Techs survey of the web which reports WordPress is now running  25% of all websites in the world. No other content management system (CMS) runs even 3% of websites. Some content management systems used  by law firms, including MoveableType/TypePad and Hubspot, are at less than .1% market share. It’s important to … Continue Reading