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21 Nov 2011, 9:19 am by James Yang
As you click through to each of the blogs, you will notice the content on each of the blogs is different. Patentlyo.com appears to be statistically driven. Mr. Crouch produces many different patent stats. We appreciate him for that. Gene’s IPWatchDog.com blog is filled with opinion of legal patent developments. Againstmonopoly.com highlights how patents and other IP protection hurt society. The list goes on and on. Instead of visiting only the top blogs, I recommend that you spend some time… [read post]
12 Jan 2012, 6:21 pm by Jason Brown
We are pleased to announce that the editorial board of the Minnesota State Bar Association's Legal News Digest and Practice Blawg has named our Minnesota Divorce and Family Law Blog one of the Top 25 Minnesota Blawgs for 2011. What's a blawg? Well...a blog where the lo is the law. They write: Here's another example of a well thought out and nicely designed site. Minnesota Divorce & Family Law Blog co-authors Jason Brown and Jill Anderson make the site easy to navigate at a quick glance. They do… [read post]
11 Nov 2011, 11:20 am by David Ward
So you have a blog (or want to start one) and you need content. Your time is limited. What can you do? First, don't assume you need to spend hours writing your posts. As I've written before, a post can be a few paragraphs that take just a few minutes to write. It can be as simple as taking something you read online and adding your comments. Tell why you agree, or disagree, link to another post that provides a different viewpoint or additional information, or share a story from your… [read post]
26 Jan 2010, 12:00 pm by Randall Ryder
You can find multiple posts on Lawyerist about why a blog can help with marketing and jumpstart a new practice Creating a blog, however, is just the first step. A recent article indicates that content, interaction, audience, and support are the most important factors in creating a successful blog. Content Your blog should provide potential clients and other attorneys with valuable content. Sheer volume does not equate to good content though. Readers should be able to take away at least one good… [read post]
3 Jan 2014, 4:05 pm by Gene Quinn
The first piece of business it to announce that we were notified earlier today that IPWatchdog.com was selected as the #1 IP by the Journal of the American Bar Association for 2013. That makes it 3 out of the last 4 years we were voted #1, and the 5th year in a row that the ABA Journal selected us to be in the Top 100 Blawgs. But as great a feeling as that is, perhaps the bigger news this year was that the ABA Journal selected IPWatchdog.com to be in the ABA Blawg Hall of Fame. This is an honor… [read post]
18 May 2011, 5:20 am by Dianne Saxe
“Dear Ms. Saxe, We are pleased to announce that Environmental Law & Litigation has been selected as one of the LexisNexis Top 50 Environmental Law & Climate Change Community Blogs for 2011. You can read the full announcement and list of honorees here. The Top 50 Blogs for the Environmental Law & Climate Change Community recognizes preeminent thought leaders in the blogosphere and creates an invaluable content aggregate for all segments of the environmental law and climate change… [read post]
6 Feb 2010, 12:00 pm by Randall Ryder
If you have created your own law blog, you have taken a huge step towards creating an online marketing presence. Blogs, however, require constant attention and upkeep, and can start to feel stale after the initial excitement wears off. If you find yourself ignoring your blog, or you are just bored with it, shake things up a bit. Add new voices Successful TV shows always add new characters to bring in new viewers and keep the old ones satisfied, and blogs are no exceptions. Different viewpoints will… [read post]
7 Jun 2010, 10:00 pm by Scott Wolfe Jr
I spent a great deal of time over the past five years working hard to provide the Louisiana building industry with a comprehensive construction law resource. ??The by-products of that work is this blog, along with our topic and location specific blogs: ?Louisiana Construction Law Blog, the Louisiana Green Building Law Blog, and the Chinese Drywall Blog. But, of course, I’m not the only game in town. ??And I couldn’t possibly be. ??There are tons of other great blogs and resources out there for… [read post]
5 Dec 2012, 4:49 am by Daniel Schwartz
2009 was a fluke. 2010 had to have been a mistake. 2011 was the time they forgot to update their 2010 list. So what about 2012? Well, could it be that this little blog from Connecticut actually deserves to be on the ABA Journal’s Blawg 100 as one of the best law blogs in the country? I’d still shake my head.  Heck, even my mother-in-law seemed a little curious with my selection on the list. But here we are for the fourth year in a row, appearing as one of just five employment law… [read post]
5 Dec 2012, 4:49 am by Daniel Schwartz
2009 was a fluke. 2010 had to have been a mistake. 2011 was the time they forgot to update their 2010 list. So what about 2012? Well, could it be that this little blog from Connecticut actually deserves to be on the ABA Journal’s Blawg 100 as one of the best law blogs in the country? I’d still shake my head.  Heck, even my mother-in-law seemed a little curious with my selection on the list. But here we are for the fourth year in a row, appearing as one of just six employment… [read post]
13 Jul 2010, 11:03 am by Michelle Golden
I gave a How-To Start Blogging session yesterday (deck & handouts in my next post) and received this question afterward: Q:  Do you recommend hosting your blog on your firm website or linking from your site to [external] blog sites such as blogger/wordpress? A: It really is fine to do either. There are some strongly polarized opinions on separate versus apart, though, and I try to keep an open mind to both sides of the argument.  A WordPress site (or MovableType) that is self-hosted can… [read post]
14 Aug 2012, 9:43 am by Doug Reiser
Beverage law on the web – a seldom seen thing. Looking for more beverage law across the web? Me too. The ABA 100 Blawg Amici is up for votes right now, and I can assure you that you are likely to see a glaring omission from the representatives in beverage law. Here are a few of my favorites though, if you are looking to add to your Google Reader list:   Fermentation: The Daily Wine Blog Tom Warks runs Fermentation: The Daily Wine Blog, a blog typically discussing the public relations within the… [read post]
14 Aug 2012, 9:10 am by Douglas Reiser
It’s not the Olympics, but it sure is nice to hit the ABA 100 Blawg Amici list (Photo: Hilary_JW on Flickr)   Well, it’s that time of the year again. The time when all of us legal bloggers shamelessly ask for your support in trying to garner a spot in the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Blawg 100 Amici. But this year, I thought I’d be constructive and offer you all an opinion on some of the better construction law blogs – and other law blogs – floating around the web.   If you are… [read post]
19 Mar 2012, 10:38 am by Douglas Reiser
400 posts. 2 years. Still standing.   Want to know something crazy? This is my 400th post. I cannot believe it, because just two years ago I sat down to pump out the first ever. 400 posts later, The Builders Counsel still stands – thanks to all of you.   When I first started The Builders Counsel, I was unsure what it was or what it would become. There is nothing worse than starting a blog to start a blog. But I had just started my own practice and knew that I needed to stay in tune with… [read post]
14 Jan 2010, 3:02 pm by AttorneySync
We discuss the importance of getting more interaction when a visitor arrives on your legal blog all the time with our clients. I think sometimes lawyers overlook this aspect since there is so much focus on getting found in the search engines and generating traffic. But who cares if you are generating traffic and most of the visitors choose to leave your site before they interact? We want them to call, fill out web forms, download guides and e-books, leave comments on your blog posts, etc. I… [read post]
18 Oct 2011, 11:25 am by David Ward
When I converted this website from a static site to a blog in 2007, I didn't want my "new house" to look unfurnished so for the first month or so I added posts and articles almost every day. It was a very good thing that I did. I saw an immediate upsurge in traffic to my site, I received many emails thanking me for the content, and I got a lot of new leads for my products and services. I was new to blogging, but I was very glad I made the leap. Today, I post every… [read post]
4 Mar 2011, 11:54 am by Douglas Reiser
A full year of service! Many more to come. Yesterday, I had planned on posting my 1st anniversary post. Unfortunately, my hosting service had a meltdown and the site had some major problems; this is one of many headaches associated with running your own blog. Alas, the headache is nothing compared to the great joy that the blog brings. Running this blog has brought me closer to the great minds of this wonderful construction industry. The online network of attorneys, engineers, contractors, material… [read post]
6 Nov 2010, 9:17 pm by Jim Walker
The fun thing about writing your own blog, or running your own law firm, or having your own donut shop for that matter, is that it provides you with an opportunity to be competitive with other blogs, law firms and donut shops.   One of my goals this year was for Cruise Law News (CLN) to become a top 25 blog on the popularity chart of Avvo"s Top Legal Blogs (which is based on the Alexa tracking system).  I am ahead of schedule. Today, CLN was the 14th most popular law blog - just barely nosing… [read post]
28 Nov 2010, 4:20 pm by Salcido
Utah Criminal Defense Lawyers – Privileged Communications In Utah Criminal Defense Cases and trials, there are some special circumstances in which a person may refrain or even be prohibited from testifying about certain matters. Privileged communications may occur when a person has gained information as a result of a confidential relationship. Such exchanges of confidential information are known in the legal world as “privileged communications.” If a privilege exists, evidence of any… [read post]
27 Sep 2012, 5:00 am by Ruth Carter
Coming Soon by Rebecca Wilson I’m so excited to announce that my first ebook, The Legal Side of Blogging: How Not to get Sued, Fired, Arrested, or Killed will be released on Amazon next week! I’ve been blogging since 2009 and I wanted to write a book by a blogger for bloggers about the legal issues that come with having a blog. This book is a combination of multiple research projects on the legalities of blogging that I’ve done over the last two years. This books combines the findings of those… [read post]