Quite the week here at LexBlog as we have seven new publications joining the LexBlog Network. And, quite the mix as well, from legal marketers to tax professionals to sports law lawyers to AmLaw 200 firms. Have a great weekend, everyone.
- AmLaw 200 firm Covington & Burling already authors one of my favorite blogs on the LexBlog Network in Inside Privacy and they look to take their excellent approach to another arena, with Inside Political Law—with updates on developments in campaign finance, lobbying and government ethics law. This joins the Administrative channel on LXBN.
- Succession [Tax Counsel]‘ is brought to the LexBlog Network from Windsor, Ontario’s John Mill LL.M.. In his own words, the “blog combines useful technical resources with timely up to date news releases related to succession planning for business, farming and professionals.” This publications, a little more spread out, as you’ll find it curated onto the Probate & Estate Planning, Tax and International channels on LXBN.
- The EEOC files more lawsuits the last eight weeks of its fiscal year (July 1 – Sept. 30) than any other period and, as Seyfarth Shaw expects another record number in 2012, they’ve launched the EEOC End-Year Countdown. The publication is intended to provide critical information regarding the EEOC’s litigation and investigative strategy and ways for employers to protect themselves. Their content will be curated onto the Employment & Labor and Class Action & Mass Torts section on LXBN.
- Joining Wystan Ackerman’s excellent Insurance Class Actions Insider, we now have Property Insurance Coverage Insights from AmLaw 200 firm Robinson & Cole. The blog covers topics that include bad faith, exclusions, loss measurement, appraisal and trigger of coverage. This will add to LXBN’s growing Insurance community.
- As I’ve mentioned previously, it’s always nice when we have a great existing publication join the LexBlog Network, as is the case with the debut of Erik Mazzone‘s Law Practice Matters. The blog covers legal technology and law practice management for solo practitioners and small law firms. You can find it on LXBN’s excellent Law Firm Marketing & Management channel.
- Sports Talk & Employment Law takes quite the interesting approach, as Philadelphia lawyer and diehard sports fan Bob Haurin discusses the most recent happenings in the worlds of sports and sports law, then explains their application to employment law. You can find this publication in both the Employment & Labor and Communications, Media & Entertainment channels on LXBN.
- And last but not least, we have the PA Trial Practice Blog from Fox Rothschild, by Wendy Rothstein, Cherly Garber and Lauren McKenna. This is the firm’s 36th blog on the LexBlog Network. As that’s what they’ve discussed thus far, we’re going to drop them on the E-Discovery channel for now.
- The New York Property Tax Advisor is authored by valuation advisor David Wilkes of Huff Wilkes Attorneys. The blog, which will appear on the Tax section of LXBN, covers property taxation, assessment and valuation by local governments throughout New York State.
July 27, 2012