Seattle received an unexpected burst of good weather this morning, with clear blue skies and temperatures already in the high 60s (expected to reach the 80s later today). While the Emerald City is still the Arctic compared to what we’re reading about in AP reports coming out of the south, locals to the Pacific Northwest are already outdoors, taking advantage of what may be among the last days of summer.
Meanwhile, in the rest of the LexBlogosphere:
- Brian Beckcom of Vujasinovic & Beckcom LLP comments on a recent maritime lawsuit filed under the Jones Act in his Maritime Injury Lawyer Blog.
- After 112 years, the Nevada Supreme Court has finally reached their 50,000th case milestone, and attorney Tami Cowden has got a recap of the court’s history in her blog Appealing In Nevada.
- James Torres is the guest blogger featured today in David Swanner’s South Carolina Trial Law Blog, describing how he developed digital phone service using an open-source computer-based PBX program.
- In the South Carolina Nursing Home Blog, the potential value of using hidden cameras to catch nursing home neglect is highlighted by Ray Mullman of Poliakoff & Associates.
- Rob Millard of Edge International updates his blog Adventure of Strategy with news on a recent purchase by Australia’s Slater & Gordon, the world’s first publicly listed law firm.