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New blogs joining The LexBlog Network for the week of 4/18-4/22

As Friday was a busy day, and ended with a bit of a celebration at LexBlog with the approach of the holiday weekend, we’re getting to the roundup of last week’s launches just a little bit later than normal. The total comes to six as we see excellent first additions to The LexBlog Network from attorneys at Vayman & Teitelbaum and Bushell Appellate Law, P.A. while a slew of AmLaw 200 firms continue to add to their stable of publications.

  • The Atlanta Business Law Observer is Vayman & Teitelbaum‘s first publication to join The LexBlog Network. Just as their firm is dedicated to serving businesses of all sizes—”from single member LLC start-ups to well-established large corporations”—this publication intends to do just the same as attorneys Esther Vayman and Greg Teitelbaum address issues and developments affecting all sizes of businesses, both within the Atlanta area and nationwide.
  • The team at Baker Hostetler continues to develop their array of publications as Issues in Tax Controversy is the firm’s fifth blog on The LexBlog Network. With James Mastracchio and Jeffry J. Erney—each Co-Chairs of the firm’s National Tax Controversy Practice—serving as editors, this publication offers up commentary on tax enforcement, prominent related news and other national developments.
  • Boca Raton-based attorney Dan Bushell joins the ranks of other excellant appellate law blogs on The LexBlog Network with the debut of his publication, the Florida Appellate Review. Appellate lawyers—whose job it is to write for a living—tend to be some of the most prolific bloggers out there, and Dan seems to be no different as he’s already offered up quality insight on prominent decisions by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, the Florida Supreme Court and the United States Supreme Court.
  • Fox Rothschild‘s 29th publication on The LexBlog Network comes in the form of the Delaware Trial Practice Blog. Authored by attorneys Jason Cornell, Seth A. Niederman and Leslie B. Spoltore, the blog focuses on providing in-depth analysis of decisions put forth by the Delaware Superior Court. Staying away from dry summaries, the publication’s authors instead analyze the background of the case, explain why things transpired the way they did and then elaborate on what the decisions mean going forward.
  • With two strong publications already making waves on The LexBlog Network, DLA Piper debuts their third in the form of Health Care Law Matters. Edited by Kimberly K. Egan, Rebecca Jones McKnight, and John C.J. Barnes, all of whom are members of the Health Care Sector at the firm, this publication sets out to discuss business and legal issues affecting decision-makers in the health care industry.
  • The Venture Law Blog is the 26th publication on The LexBlog Network from Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton. We’re seeing quite a bit of growth in commentary surrounding the venture capital industry and its impact on emerging growth companies, with this publication standing to be a worthy entry into that thriving community. Topics discussed thus far include confidentiality agreements, corporate governance, IPOs, entity formation and financings.