Today we had a record number of submissions for Talk of the LexBlogosphere, which means that people are paying attention to what is going on in this blog – and in the blogs of other lawyers from around the country. Thanks to those attorneys sending in content.
Today’s submissions and selections include:
- Attorney Brian Higgins of Blank Rome LLP presents a study proving the widespread value of downloading music in his Maryland Intellectual Property Law Blog.
- In Mercer & Hole’s SME Plus Blog, business specialist Cathy Corns reflects on government pressures many English businesses faced this summer.
- Tightening lending standards have had their first impact on business for Douglas Heddings, who reports on the latest developments in the New York City housing market at his blog, True Gotham.
We also received two content submissions late last night from Texas attorney Jamie Spencer, who recently updated his two blogs (one of them for the first time in nearly a month):
- In his Austin DWI Lawyer blog, Jamie comments on the use and value of video evidence in DWI cases.
- Jamie’s other blog, Austin Criminal Defense Lawyer, asks the question, “Should Michael Vick be forgiven?” Some readers have already responded with their input.
Don’t forget, if you are a LexBlog client who wants to be featured in Talk of the LexBlogosphere, e-mail me a post you are proud of on the day it is published and I’ll try to work it into my update.