I love a good creative post—and Jay O’Keeffe has just that today with some advice on how to write an appellate brief from George R.R. Martin. Or, more accurately, how not to. Over on LXBN, Zosha profiles the guys from Trust Tree and their new blog, The Root. total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 216.
- Tribal Economic Development and Entrepreneurship – Redefining the Paradigm – Seattle lawyer Lael Echo-Hawk of Garvey Schubert Barer on the firm’s blog, Smoke Signals
- Bloomberg Product Safety Article Misses the Mark; U.S. Product Safety Economy Safer Than Ever – Chuck Samuels of Mintz Levin on the firm’s blog, Consumer Product Matters
- When Paying Accrued “Vacation” at Termination, Labels Don’t Matter [Wage & Hour FAQs] – Chicago lawyer Doug Hass of Franczek Radelet on his blog, Wage & Hour Insights
- ADA Title III Lawsuits Surge by More than 63%, to Over 4400, In 2014 – Minh N. Vu and Susan Ryan of Seyfarth Shaw on the firm’s blog, ADA Title III
- 3D Printing Series: Be Right Down — Printing My Makeup –
- How Not to Write an Appellate Brief, by George R. R. Martin – Roanoke lawyer Jay O’Keeffe of Johnson Rosen & O’Keeffe on his blog, De Novo
- Cyber Insurance: What do Cyber Insurance Policies Cover and Cost? – William Wagner of Taft on the firm’s blog, Class Action Law Insight
- Marketing For Young Lawyers: You Have to be Visible and Credible – Dallas, Texas lawyer coach Cordell Parvin on the Cordell Parvin Blog
- Immigration Howling, Hope, Hype and Hodgepodge: USCIS’s New L-1B Memo – Los Angeles attorney Angelo Paparelli of Seyfarth Shaw on his blog, Nation of Immigrators
- Be Glad That Someone Is Watching The Watchers – MN attorney Chuck Ramsay on his blog, Minnesota DWI Defense
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