While it isn’t 140, it’s close, as today’s total for the LexBlog Network hits 139. Today was Earth Day and some of best bloggers do a great job of relating that to their subject matter. Have a great evening everyone.
- California Court of Appeal Takes A Further Step Toward Reining In Unfair Competition Law – Chicago attorney Kirk Jenkins of Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold on the firm’s blog, The Appellate Strategist
- Privacy Fights: Who owns your text message? – Dallas non-compete lawyer Rob Radcliff on his Smooth Transitions Law Blog
- Can You Sue Yourself? We’ll Soon Find Out – Ridgefield, Connecticut attorney Angelo Tartaro on Rogers & Tartaro’s Business Litigation Blog
- Convergence: Good Riddance or Here to Stay? – Senior consultant Ronda Muir of Robin Rolfe Resources in her blog, Law People
- Motivating Your Lawyers: Do Firm Leaders Have a Plan? – Law firm consultant Cordell Parvin on his Law Consulting Blog
- It’s Earth Day. Do you know where your lawyer is? – Philadelphia LEED AP Shari Shapiro on her Green Building Law Blog
- Earth Day – Spotlight on Cruising – A Dirty Business – Miami lawyer Jim Walker of Walker & O’Neill on his blog, Cruise Law News
- California Court of Appeal Applies Actual Reliance Requirement to Claim Brought Under “Unlawful” Prong of Unfair Competition Law – New York attorney Russell Jackson of Skadden on his blog, Consumer Class Actions and Mass Torts
- Lexus SUVs…Luxurious or Lethal? – Dallas lawyer Angel Reyes of Reyes Bartolomei Browne in his Angel Reyes Blog
- It’s Time to Re-Think Alabama’s Survival Statute – Hunstville attorney Jeff Blackwell of Hornsby, Watson, Hornsby, Blackwell & McKown on his blog, Alabama Litigation Review
Notables on the Network: Today, two the LexBlog Network’s best bloggers hit big landmarks for their first-year publications. Jim Walker’s Cruise Law News (mentioned above) celebrates its 6 month anniversary while Staci Riordan and Fox Rothschild’s Fashion Law Blog hits 10,000 unique visitors. Very well done. These blogs are off to phenomenal starts and it’ll be fun to see where they go in the coming months and years.