Today marks another day in the LexBlogosphere. It has been just over a month since I began these daily updates – the first one was published on July 18 – and so far the response has been great (LexBlog clients, don’t forget to keep submitting your blog content for inclusion). While I won’t go into specifics just yet, be aware that we have exciting things in store for Talk of the LexBlogosphere’s future. More on that as it develops.
The discussions today include:
- Taking some time to reflect, attorney Blake Bailey comments on some imperfections of the Texas Supreme Court in his Texas Injury Law Blog.
- He may not be a CPA, but that doesn’t make lawyer Scott Riddle clueless when it comes to tax liability. Today in his Georgia Bankruptcy Law Blog, Scott gives his insights on forgiveness of debt issues.
- In his New York Attorney Malpractice Blog, lawyer Andrew Lavoott Bluestone jumps in to review the recent Ohio case of a public defender jailed for being unprepared.
- Kristie Prinz at the California Biotech Law Blog updates readers on the FDA’s new approach to approving drug applications.
- Continuing with an issue we’ve touched on in Talk of the LexBlogosphere before, trial lawyer Dale Campbell at Weintraub Genshlea Chediak’s IP Law Blog provides extensive analysis on the admissibility of expert testimony in intellectual property litigation.