efore an absolutely gorgeous Friday afternoon in Seattle gives way to Michael Pineda and the Mariners taking on the Yankees, it’s time to look back at the publications that joined The LexBlog Network this past week. While it’s always exciting to see attorneys take their first stab at blogging, it’s also fun to have some existing publications join The LexBlog Network. This week, we had two excellent blogs do just that.
- The library of Canadian publications on The LexBlog Network continues to grow and grow as, this week, the Canadian Workplace Legal Post joins the fray. Authored by Vancouver attorney Marino Sveinson of Roper Greyell, you can expect this publication to keep an eye on the growing challenges of the rapidly changing modern workplace while also being sure to keep the basics in mind.
- The Renewable Energy Law Insider is the first of the two already-existing publications to join The LexBlog Network this week. Coming straight from the heartland, this blog by Kansas City, MO attorney Luke Hagedorn of Polsinelli Shughart does a phenomenal job of curating and commenting on developments from across the country—whether those be regarding prominent projects, impactful legislation or emerging technologies.
- The Personalized Medicine Law Bulletin is the eighth publication on The LexBlog Network from AmLaw 100 firm Foley & Lardner. With Antoinette F. Konski and Jackie Wright Bonilla as Editor and Associate Editor respectively, this publication takes aim at covering the IP, business, regulatory, IT, privacy and research developments impacting an evolving industry.
- And the second of the two existing publications to join The LexBlog Network is Travis Crabtree‘s phenomenal eMedia Law Insider. For those unfamiliar with the blog, which is one of the most authoritative publications out there on the subject, you can expect to find the Looper Reed & McGraw attorney offering his unique brand of commentary on internet marketing and online media.
- Bankruptcy Law Watch is brougth to you—and The LexBlog Network—by the business restructuring & bankruptcy practice group at Blank Rome. “Provid[ing] readers with a unique and inside perspective on significant commercial bankruptcy cases and decisions,” this blog is the second on the Network from the AmLaw 200 firm.
- Our sixth and final publication to make its debut this week is the Insurance Coverage Corner from Charles M. McDaniel, Jr., Mike Ethridge, Katherine Sullivan and Fred Valz at Carlock Copeland. While a majority of the content on the publication will be associated in some way with insurance coverage developments in South Carolina or Atlanta, Georgia—where the firm is based—I get the feeling already this will be an insurance publication other authors will look to benchmark themselves against.
May 27, 2011