Steven Berk commenting on Citigroup and its proposed settlement with the SEC. Have a great weekend, everyone.nce again, it’s time to look back at the week that was; this time, it yielded three new publications joining the LexBlog Network. We have two firms who are really just getting rolling with their blogging efforts and another that’s closing in on its twentieth blog. Also, be sure to check out today’s episode of LXBN TV with
- Launching their third publication on the LexBlog Network, we have the Canadian Appeals Monitor from McCarthy Tétrault. The publication voices the firm’s perspectives on upcoming and decided appeals of interest to Canadian businesses and professions. It also comments on the impact of legal changes that may affect appellate procedure, and relates insights and best practices derived from their experiences handling complex appeals.
- Offshore Winds, which aims to provide “a legal barometer for marine and energy business,” is the first publication on the LexBlog Network from New Orleans law firm King, Krebs & Jurgens. Authored by attorneys Robert Stefani, James Bercam and Andrew Quackenbos, the publication touches on topics ranging from marine contracts to offshore oil to ports and cargo shipping.
- So we have a firm with their first blog, a firm with their third blog and, lastly, we have a firm with their 18th publication on the LexBlog Network. Yep, it’s Taxing Tech, a Reed Smith publication on the state taxation of emerging technology companies. Already boasting content on a wealth of topics, the blog is authored by attorneys Daniel Dixon and Kelley Miller.
November 11, 2011