Today is Friday, August 17, and though the weekend is just around the corner, many of our bloggers haven’t checked out just yet (in fact, today’s post count is still above average, on par with the apparent spike in updates we’ve been noticing this week). For those lawyers still updating their blogs and reading about the latest developments in the blogosphere, we salute you with an overview of today’s discussions from your contemporaries:
- In an entry well-suited for a week’s end, Toronto attorney Justin de Vries reflects on how 21st century professionals are increasingly bound by technology – and gives some tips to decrease the stresses – in Hull & Hull LLP’s Toronto Estate Law Blog.
- New Jersey attorney Barbara Strapp Nelson of Stark & Stark provides an in-depth yet understandable answer to the question, “Who really holds your mortgage?” in the firm’s New Jersey Law Blog.
- Planning to attend your first car show before summer’s end but unclear of the social do’s and don’ts? Head over to the Matick Chevrolet’s Corvette Blog, where Bill Connell – citing the Detroit News’ Tom Greenwood – outlines the five commandments of car show etiquette.
- Sometimes the line between workers compensation and criminal law can blur, as David McCranie – the attorney behind the Florida Workers’ Compensation Law Blog – points out.
- Legal marketing consultant Tom Kane points out how the use of Legal OnRamp can be a valuable tool for business development in his Legal Marketing Blog.