Today was a busy day in the LexBlogosphere, with tons of great posts coming in from bloggers around the country. Nobody at LexBlog can pinpoint what it is that has our clients blogging so actively, but we’re not complaining.
Here is a selection:
- Tom Bolt at the Virgin Islands Law Blog discusses a Hurricane Katrina relief bill that he recently secured at the American Bar Association House of Delegates’ annual meeting.
- In his blog Amazing Firms, Amazing Practices, Edge International’s Gerry Riskin comments on the office stresses taking a physical toll on female lawyers.
- Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference will be held in Houston next year, and PKF Texas’ Greg Price is already expressing excitement in his blog, From Greg’s Head.
- A lawsuit in Maryland may have impacts on whether purchasing search engine keywords constitutes trademark infringement in the court’s eyes. Brian Higgins in the Maryland Intellectual Property Law Blog starts the day with a roundup of the case.
- Microsoft’s WPC isn’t the only conference mentioned in the LexBlogosphere today: attorney Stephen Rosenberg of The McCormack Firm alerts his readers of the 20th Annual ERISA Litigation Conference in his Boston ERISA & Insurance Litigation Blog.