The LexBlog Network sees 121 posts on the first day back from the the long weekend, not too bad. The best news of the day goes outside of the standard ten posts—I had to set these aside—as two of the LexBlog Network’s absolute best authors reach major anniversaries.
- Chief Warren? It Sure Has a Nice Ring to It. – Washington, DC lawyer Steven Berk on his blog, A Voice For Main Street
- Will You Blog With Me? – Public interest law and technology expert Kate Bladow on technola
- Second Circuit Asks NY Ct of Appeals to Clarify What Constitutes Improper Solicitation After Sale of Good Will of A Business – Seattle attorney Grace Healy on her Outside Inhouse Lawyer Blog
- Online Wills Are Risky – Chapel Hill lawyer Greg Herman-Giddens of TrustCounsel PA in the firm’s North Carolina Estate Planning Blog
- Self-Insured Group Health Plans Must Arrange for Independent External Claims Review – New York attorney Amy Klein of Bond, Schoeneck & King on the firm’s New York Labor and Employment Law Report
- Adequacy and Commitment – Buettgen v. Harless – Virginia lawyer Andrew Trask of McGuireWoods on the firm’s blog, Class Action Countermeasures
- The Law of Common Sense Isn’t Very Common – West Des Moines attorney Steve Lombardi on his blog, The Iowa Edict
- Can Court Compel Shareholder to Present Claim in Dissolution Proceeding? – New York lawyer Peter A. Mahler of Farrell Fritz in his New York Business Divorce Blog
- Ghameshlouy v. Commonwealth: What Happens if You Name the Wrong Party in Your Notice of Appeal? – Roanoke appellate attorney Jay O’Keeffe of Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore on his blog, De Novo
- Labor Day Reflections: The World Wants to Know About Distressed US Commercial Real Estate – Dallas lawyer Keith Mullen of Winstead on the firm’s blog, Tough Time for Lenders
LexBlog Network Highlights
Amazingly, the anniversary for two of the absolute best blogs on the LexBlog Network falls on the same day. Dan Schwartz’s great Connecticut Employment Law Blog celebrates three years of success today. Amazingly, the post announcing the annivarsy is also Dan’s thousandth.
While it’s not quite it’s not as far along, the one-year anniversary of Jim Walker’s Cruise Law News is nothing to sneeze at. This is, plain and simple, the best maritime law blog out there.
Congratulations to Dan and Jim.