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New blogs joining the LexBlog Network for the week of 4/5-4/9

There were a lot of heavy hitters with with new publications joining the LexBlog Network this week: Crowell Moring, Porter Wright, McKenna Long & Aldridge and Littler. That’s not all though. Phenomenal blogger John Day of Day On Torts fame launches his Tennessee Injury Law Center. Lane Powell launches their second blog and Cyndee Todgham Cherniak is just getting rolling. Yes, seven in total, well done team.

  • Government Contracts Legal Forum is published by a number of attorneys at Crowell Moring, including Chris Cheatham of the Green Building Law Update. It’s obvious he isn’t alone in blogging skill as this publication on an abundance of topics—including construction, cost accounting, relevant legislation, homeland security and bid protests—is off to a great start.
  • Porter Wright‘s fifth blog on the LexBlog Network comes in the form of the Technology Law Source. In their own words, the insightful attorneys on this blog “bring together concepts that cut across traditional intellectual property lines, addressing both evolving technologies and concerns about privacy and data security.”
  • Labor Relations Today—providing analysis, resources and commentary on developments in traditional labor law—is authored by Seth Borden and Richard Hankins of McKenna Long & Aldridge.
  • Similar to Littler‘s fantastic Global Employment Law news portal, the firm today launched their Healthcare Employment Counsel. Slightly different from other blogs, this well laid out publication brings in valuable insight from their Government Affairs Practie Group, Class Action Practice Group, Employee Benefits Practice Group, Labor Management Practice Group and Healthcare Industry Practice Group.
  • Tennessee Injury Law Center is published by experience blogger John Day of Day & Blair. Also going beyond the scope of a normal blog, Tennessee Injury Law Center features an informative video feed and deep legal guide law library.
  • The HST Blog is published Toronto attorney Cyndee Todgham Cherniak. HST stands for ‘harmonized sales tax’ with Cyndee providing insight on topics that include customs, audits, place of supply rules and rebates/refunds.
  • And last, but definitely not the least, we have the Sustainability & Climate Change Reporter. Already boasting a wealth of valuable content, this Lane Powell publication covers a wide range of issues surrounding sustainability and climate change, including cap and trade, carbon credits, solar power and smart grids.
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