or the first full week of 2011, we have five new publications joining The LexBlog Network and, I have to say, it’s a great mix. We have lawyers and law firms who are adding to their blogging portfolio while others are just getting started, and doing a great job as they get rolling.
- “Niches lead to riches” is the mantra often heard when it comes to the practice of law and legal blogging. Robert Zierman of Justice Smiles, PLLC is off to an excellent start towards owning his niche with the launch of the Boundary Dispute Law Blog. Already in touch with a member of a Washington State Legislature House of Representatives as a result of the blog, Zierman will be one author to keep an eye on as he continues to offer up great insight.
- Zadroga 9/11 Compensation Claims Info is authored by a team of attorneys at law firms Turley, Redmond, Rosasco & Rosasco, LLP; Daniel J. Hansen, Esq; and Chet Lukaszewski, Esq. Put forth as an informational resource for 9/11 survivors and first responders, this publication touches on topics that include who’s eligible for Zadroga Act benefits, medical benefits provided by the Act, illnesses covered by the Act and victim compensation fund claim procedures.
- Asbestos Legal Journal is authored by Washington State attorney Justinian Lane. Despite being based in Redmond, WA, he serves clients nationwide. Lane is driven to practice asbestos law both personally and professionally; he lost two close family members to cancers caused by asbestos exposure and is also motivated by facing the best defense attorneys money can by.
- Healthcare Workplace Update is published by a team of attorneys at Jackson Lewis, an AmLaw 200 firm soley focused on employment and labor law. Aimed at informing hospitals and other health care employers on workplace law developments, this is Jackson Lewis’ tenth publication on The LexBlog Network.
- For those looking to stay up-to-date on trends, legislation and litigation affecing the Washington, DC business community, there’s the DC Metropolitan Business Law Alert. Published by the blogging attorneys at Kelley Drye, this is the firm’s seventh blog on The LexBlog Network.