By Kevin O'Keefe

New blogs joining the LexBlog Network for the week of 4/26-4/30

While over the last few weeks a majority of the launches have come from firms with an established presence on the LexBlog Network, this week we have half of the four launches coming from lawyers and law firms who are new to the Network. Also, there’s one blog I’ll be sure to keep an eye on; I’m sure you can figure out which one that would be. On top of that, Subject to Inquiry is a project we’ve been working on for some time and it turned out great. Be sure to have a look.

  • My oh my, LexBlog Creative Director Brian Biddle killed it on this one: boasting a clean and sharp design that is the talk of LexBlog HQ, Sports in the Courts Blog provides commentary on the intersection of sports and the law. Of course, not relying looks alone, Chris Fusco of Callahan & Fusco is already knocking out quality content on subjects that include PEDs, player suspensions, Big Ben and Gilbert Arenas.
  • Subject to Inquiry is a comprehensive publication put together by a team of attorneys in the Government, Regulatory & Criminal Investigations Department of McGuireWoods. Covering a wide range of government inquiries, the blogging attorneys discuss national security, congressional ethics, securities enforcement, FINRA investigations, white collar crime and other relevant topics.
  • Aviation Law Briefing is published by North Carolina attorneys Steve Bruce and Rob Hadden of Hadden Law Firm. More attorneys off to a hot start, these two provide insights on aviation litigation, FAA enforcement actions and aircaft transactions.
  • No stranger to the Network, EpsteinBeckerGreen launches their eighth publication in the form of the Whistleblowing & Compliance Law Blog. Authored by attorneys in their Labor and Employment Group, the blog provides commentary on topics that include corporate compliance, the FLSA, Federal False Claims Act and Sarbanes-Oxley.
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