As we wind down the week and head into the weekend, let’s look back at the five publications joining the LexBlog Network this week. Amongst the fray, we have to publications that touch on technology, but also merge with other areas as well. Also, for those of you interested in the JOBS Act, LXBN now has a publication exclusively devoted to it.
- Amlaw 100 firm Morrison Foerster continues to add to its network of publications on LXBN as they this week launched MoFo Jumpstarter, their third. Extremely niche-oriented, and also timely, this publication focuses exclusively on the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act.
- The debut of New York Health Law makes it four publications on the LexBlog Network for Farrell Fritz. Authored by attorneys Christopher J. Kutner, Kevin P. Mulry, Michael P. Pasternack, Jeffrey P. Rust and Veronique A. Urban, the blog looks at a number of topics associated with health care in New York, including employment law aspects, insurance, compliance, fraud and regulatory issues.
- It’s always nice when existing publications jump on the LexBlog Network, and that’s exactly what we have with Green Tech, from Seattle-area law firm Graham & Dunn. The blog is authored by the members of the firm’s Green Tech Group, which is dedicated to representing those who bring sustainable products, services, and processes to the marketplace.
- EpsteinBeckerGreen is another AmLaw 200 firm that continues to grow its array of blogs; the debut of TechHealth Perspectives makes it 14 on LXBN for the firm. Covering a really interesting intersection here, the publications covers topics that include telehealth and telemedicine, privacy, data security, health care reform and regulatory issues.
- The fifth of our five launches this week is Lane Powell‘s Earth and Table; in their words, it’s their “food, beverage and hospitality law reporter.” Based on the content they have in place already, this blog looks at a number of different aspects of the industry, from advertising to food safety to intellectual property to FDA regulation.