Welcome back to the work week for those readers still getting over their Labor Day weekend celebrations. As of today, Seattle Public Schools are back in session, another indicator of summer’s demise.
The date is September 5, and in the LexBlogosphere:
- Children are receiving insomnia drugs at high rates, say the bloggers from Regan Zambri & Long in a post they submitted for inclusion today from their D.C. Metro Area Medical Malpractice Law Blog.
- DWI attorney Hunter Biederman reports on the ongoing controversy over the Intoxilyzer 5000’s source code in his Frisco DWI Lawyer & Attorney Blog.
- There are varying costs for home kitchen renovations, and Douglas Heddings at True Gotham examines the options – and considers how to go about doing his own.
- Insurance companies are ripping off consumers for financial gain, says attorney Dan Deuterman in the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Law Blog.
- Attorney Jeffrey Mitchell from The Cochran Firm’s New Orleans office comments on a recently released report from the Synthesis Project in his Medical Malpractice Blog.
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.