n total, we have five new publications joining The LexBlog Network this week. I said last week it was rare for a publication covering a completely new subject to come onto the Network; I was wrong. This week we have Richard Schmidt of Cozen O’Connor writing exclusively on the legal impact of social media. Other subjects covered this week: anticorruption, telecommunications, data privacy and personal injury. Have a great weekend everyone.
- Squire Sanders launched their third publication on The LexBlog Network in the form of the The Anticorruption Blog. Authored by a team of six attorneys, this blog offers insight and observations on subjects that include arrests, investigations, new laws and relevant settlements from on-the-ground practicioners from all over the world.
- Covering a topic that, in this day and age, absolutely deserves its own blog, we have the Social Media Employment Law Blog from Cozen O’Connor. New York attorney Michael Schmidt comments on the rapidly expanding impact of social media in the workplace and the resulting legal implications. This will be one worth tracking over the coming months and years.
- With an eye towards further expanding their national reputation, Rini Coran has launched their TelecomMediaTech Law Blog. The savvy team of attorneys that includes Robert Rini, Jonathan Allen and Steve Coran offer insight on developments with the FCC, television broadcasting, broadband internet and other relevant subjects.
- Covering another topic that’s rapidly changing in today’s age of information, we have the Data Privacy Monitor from Baker Hostetler. The large team of attorneys working on this publication will offer in-depth coverage of data privacy and information security subjects affecting financial institutions, the hospitality and healthcare industries and employers in general.
- And finally, we have the Pacific Northwest Injury Law Advocate from the blogging attorneys at Stritmatter Kessler Whelan Coluccio. This blog, which aims to cover personal injury law in a tasteful manner while also highlighting firm achievements, is written by a team of attorneys that includes Paul Stritmatter, Garth Jones, Karen Koehler and Kevin Colluccio.