On an absolutely gorgeous day in Seattle (yes we have those too), let’s wind down the week by looking at the five publications joining the LexBlog Network this week—an excellent mix of familiar ‘faces’ and new company.
- The New Jersey & New York Intellectual Property Litigation blog is the 38th blog on the LexBlog Network from AmLaw 200 firm Fox Rothschild. The publication is authored by attorneys Gerard Norton, Christopher Kinkade and Peter Butch—all based in the firm’s Princeton, NJ office. You can find their commentary curated onto the Intellectual Property channel on LXBN.
- Greenberg Traurig is another AmLaw 200 firm adding to its array of LXBN publications as they launch their seventh blog with the East – West Trade Monitor. In their own words, the blog “addresses the many crucial facets of China-U.S. trade, including new developments, the laws, treaties, policies and politics that shape this all-important relationship.” They’ll be on the Corporate & Commercial and International sections of LXBN.
- New Miami Blog is from a firm relatively new to the LXBN, but the blog is actually Bilzin Sumberg‘s third publication with us, all launched in 2012. The blog provides insights and commentary on the gateway city’s expanding global significance. Though this may expand, their commentary will be curated onto the Real Estate & Construction section of LXBN.
- Yes, we do have some firms just joining the LexBlog Network as well: The Firing Squad is the first blog on LXBN from Gilbert Russel McWherter. To quote them, ” By sharing interesting, unusual, and sometimes technical legal issues, the team at Gilbert Russell McWherter hopes to enlighten practitioners and provide practical tips to persons facing difficult workplace situations in Tennessee.” They’ll, of course, be on the Employment & Labor section of LXBN.
- WA | Wine | PR explores the intersection of marketing, public relations and wine, particularly Washington’s booming wine industry. The blog is authored by Bob Silver of Silver Strategic Communications. It so happens we did their website too. Fun fact: Bob Silver is former sports editor of The Seattle Times.