It is the morning of Wednesday July 25, 2007, and the LexBlogosphere is already alive with discussion. Here’s what people are talking about today:
- Alan Sherman at the Texas State & Local Tax Law Blog examines an issue working through the Texas court system that could impact some businesses developing affordable housing properties in the state.
- In Chicago, intellectual property lawyer R. David Donoghue – who maintains the Chicago IP Litigation Blog – puts out a request for guest bloggers who might be willing to cover the upcoming Eolas v. Microsoft trial. Those interested should e-mail David as soon as possible.
- Ken Shigley at the Atlanta Injury Law & Civil Litigation Blog begins the day with in-depth commentary on the process of removing cases from state to federal courts.
- At the New Jersey Eminent Domain Law Blog, attorney Bill Ward of Carlin Ward Attorneys at Law provides an update on an ongoing eminent domain case involving trailer park property on Route 46.
- In his blog Day on Torts, attorney John Day of Day & Blair Attorneys discusses some tort-related matters scheduled to be heard by the Tennessee Supreme Court on September 6.