Want the ear of federal regulators? Blog.


There’s been some talk recently that the growth of law blogs has stagnated a bit. It’s something Bob Ambrogi mentioned recently on his blog, highlighting the Legal Technology Survey Report from the American Bar Association’s Legal Technology Resource Center. We disagree a bit with the results, though it’s fair to admit our methods and sample size … Continue Reading

LXBN Leaders: Wystan Ackerman got his firm blogging—All on his own

This post originally appeared on LXBN as part of our LXBN Leaders series—highlighting a member of the LexBlog Network each week. Back in 2011, Wystan Ackerman and the Robinson & Cole team had tried email newsletters, and hadn’t seen much traction. Then someone floated the idea of a blog. “The blog was something that was new and different; … Continue Reading

Top 10 in Law Blogs: Net Neutrality, Kim Davis, the Parnell Brothers


Today here in Seattle, the city’s traffic infrastructure is facing some real headaches—and that’s because China’s President is here. Well, almost related, Hogan Lovells writes today on China tightening up its grip on online advertising. Also, more good stuff from Lindsay Griffiths on content marketing. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 192. Irony is … Continue Reading

Did lawyer’s blogging lead to imprisonment of executives?

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On Monday afternoon a federal judge in Georgia sentenced former peanut company executive Stewart Parnell to a virtual life sentence for crimes related to knowingly shipping salmonella-tainted peanut butter that killed nine and sickened 714 across 47 states. The 61-year-old former head of Peanut Corporation of America was sentenced to 28 years behind bars, apparently the first time a food … Continue Reading