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Labor Law in Spanish, Working at Wiley Rein, Franchising and Risk Management: New Blogs Joining the LexBlog Network

The long holiday weekend is nearly upon us and LexBlog is—like everyone else—closing up shop just a little early. Before we head out, let’s take a quick look at the new blogs joining us on the LexBlog Network. For the second time in two weeks, Stearns Weaver Miller is launching a new employment law blog on … Continue Reading

Housing and Technology Law: New Blogs Joining the LexBlog Network

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 … Continue Reading

M&A, Financial Instutions, Patents, Cyber Trends and White Collar Crime: New Blogs Joining the LexBlog Network

After a week that saw the LexBlog Editorial Team cover two conferences from 3,000 miles away (LegalTech and ReInvent Law NYC), it’s time to close things down. Let’s look at the five new publications joining the LexBlog Network this week. The AmLaw 100′s #2 firm continue to grow out its array of LexBlog Network publications … Continue Reading

Oil & Gas, Family Business, Environmental Law, GA Bankruptcy, Business Communication: New Blogs Joining the LexBlog Network

Yes, it’s ‘Blue Friday’ here in Seattle, and while that makes the multiple Packers fans at LexBlog a little uneasy, it’s exciting to see our city so fired up. So as we head into an eventful weekend, one that hopefully doesn’t leave millions in a state of mourning, let’s look back at the blogs joining … Continue Reading

NYC Real Estate, Everything Digital, Medical Licenses and Employee Benefits: New Blogs Joining the LexBlog Network

It’s been a week of cold, crisp and clear weather here in Seattle this week, weather that is reminiscent of the East Coast and not our normal damp Seattle falls—so it seems somewhat appropriate that one of the blogs this week is focused on developments in New York City. But, as always, the total collection … Continue Reading
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