By Kevin O'Keefe

New blogs joining the LexBlog Network for the week of 1/25-1/29

We have two new law blogs launching and joining the LexBlog network along with two special projects going live, one of which being a blog from LexBlog’s own Ashley See. All are very cool, take a look.

  • The Anchor Plate is a blog on intellectual property authored by St. Louis attorneys Pete Salsich and Geoff Gerber. The two—who write on topics that include litigation, media, copyrights and trademarks—aim to provide an alternative voice on the practice of intellectual property litigation.
  • Published by Brad Giering and Brian Perley of Independent Discovery, the Medical Summation & Litigation Strategies blog provides insight and commentary on legal research and the analysis of medical records.
  • A very special blog, Emmy’s Prayer for Sight is the effort of Emmy’s parents, Kristen and Elmer Latchford. Emmy was born prematurely and it was discovered later that she had Optic Nerve Hypoplasia, a medical condition that results in underdevelopment of the optic nerves. However, Kristen and Elmer have found a hospital in China that is having amazing results in helping ONH babies and children to improve, many to the point of sight. They hope to raise enough money for the hospital stay, treatments, doctor bills, and flight to China because none of this is covered by their medical insurance. 
  • Freshly Vegetarian is authored by LexBlog’s own Author Services Manager, Ashley See, a recent adopter of vegetarianism. She will write on what vegetarianism entails, vegetarian recipes, the health advantages of vegetarianism and her continued experience with being a vegetarian.
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