We roll into the weekend with 130 posts on the LexBlog Network. Network newcomer Scott Key examines a disturbing appellate sanction story, Cordell Parvin explains marketing without being a pest and Greg Herman-Giddens highlights a poll of tax experts on the looming 2011 estate tax scenario. Have a great weekend everyone.
- Class Action Filed Against Prudential Over Retained-Asset Accounts – Charleston lawyer Jeffrey Mehalic on his West Virginia Business Litigation Blog
- Good News? $55 Million Default Judgment Set Aside. Bad News? $82 Million Judgment Entered. – Greensboro attorney John Buford of Brooks Pierce on the firm’s blog, North Carolina Business Litigation Report
- A Very Disturbing Appellate Sanction Story – McDonough lawyer Scott Key on his Georgia Criminal Appellate Law Blog
- Most Tax Experts Believe in Estate Tax Worst Case Scenario for 2011 – Chapel Hill attorney Greg Herman-Giddens of TrustCounsel PA in the firm’s North Carolina Estate Planning Blog
- No Rule 54(b) Certification Where Adjudicated and Pending Claims Are “Intertwined” – Birmingham lawyer Craig N. Rosler of Lightfoot Franklin White in the firm’s Alabama Appellate Watch Blog
- 9/11 First Responders Continue To Wait For Help – New York attorney Frank Dito of Decker, Decker, Dito & Internicola on his blog, Staten Island Injury Law
- A Friday Coaching Session with Cordell: How to Market Without Being a Pest – Law firm consultant Cordell Parvin on his Law Consulting Blog
- Do You Know The Muffin Man, Who Lives Under A Trade Secrets Injunction? – Philadelphia attorney Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm at his blog, Litigation & Trial
- New Policy? New Position? Riding the Waves of Change in the Workplace – Construction lawyer Matt DeVries of the Best Practices Construction Law Blog
- Leading Tennessee Tort Cases – Comparative Fault – Allocation of Fault to One Whose Conduct Cannot Be Legal Cause of Injury – Tennessee attorney John Day of Day & Blair at his blog, Day on Torts
LexBlog Network Highlights
- Victoria Pynchon of Negotiation Law Blog is now writing a monthly column for Forbes called She Negotiates. After using her blog and LinkedIn to open the door to an online and offline relationship with Forbes, Victoria began writing for their On the Docket blog in June. Her first regular She Negotiates article went live on Wednesday.