Today was a surprisingly slow day, with about half as many posts as there normally is. Still no perspective from the LexBlogosphere on the Senator Stevens case. There were still some great posts though. Also, it was a good day in the blogosphere for me.
- Same Sex Divorce Approved in New York – New York attorney Daniel Clement in his blog, the New York Divorce Report
- Managing food safety at convenience stores – Kansas State University professor Doug Powell at the International Food Safety Network’s BarfBlog
- Federal Court Orders Georgia Officials to Retreat On ‘Flagging’ Voters – The blogging constitutionalists at the American Constitution Society in their ACS Blog
- Employers Subject to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Substance Abuse Testing Requirements Must Now Conduct Direct Observation for Return to Duty and Follow-up Testing – Ohio lawyer Kevin Griffith of Porter Wright Morris & Arthur in the firm’s Employer Law Report
- Regulation of Greenhouse Gaes Under the Clean Air Act “Absurd” – Cleveland attorney Joe Koncelik of Frantz Ward in the firm’s Ohio Environmental Law Blog
- Obama Victory may give rise to Unprecedented Unionization of the American Workplace – Lancaster lawyer Michael Moore of McNees Wallace & Nurick in the firm’s Pennsylvania Labor & Employment Blog
- What Does it Take to Change Venue in Legal Malpractice – Andrew Lavoott Bluestone on the New York Attorney Malpractice Blog
- E-Voting – Elections may be impacted! – Dallas attorney Peter Vogel of Gardere Wynne Sewell on his Vogel Internet, Information Technology and e-Discovery Blog
- When Is It Excessive Force? Taser Time In The 11th Circuit – Boise lawyer Chuck Peterson on Peterson Law Offices’ Idaho Criminal Defense Blog
- What’s the difference between DUI and DWI – Waco attorney Walter Reaves in his Texas Criminal Law Blog
Also worth noting: This isn’t legal-related and I don’t intend to brag, but I wanted to give people an idea of what I work on outside of LexBlog. In my spare time, I write a University of Montana Grizzlies sports blog (built by LexBlog) and today an entry I wrote on a potential successor to Washington Huskies head coach Tyrone Willingham was linked to on Deadspin.com, arguably the most popular sports blog there is. One of many examples where good content leads to more traffic.