October 2006 Texas Top Blawgs

  1. From the Dallas Association of Law Librarians.
  2. Covers auto loans, car rankings, car manufacturers, consumer warranties, and lemons laws. By Kevin Le.
  3. Covers collaborative law, divorce, family law and marriage. By J. Shannon Cavers.
  4. Covers DWIs, Austin police, breath tests and intoxilyzers. By Ken Gibson.
  5. Covers community associations law in Texas. By William G. Gammon.
  6. Discusses family law and divorce issues. By Dick Price.
  7. Provides information about the Texas approach to Collaborative Law. By Dick Price.
  8. Covers arrests, criminal appeals, drug offenses, federal crimes and searches and seizure in Texas. By Michael J. Brown.
  9. Covers construction law, development, mechanic's liens, mortgage lending, premises liability, real estate law & news, rural water utilities, and Texas Supreme Court Updates. By Aimee Hess.
  10. Covers Texas DWI laws, blood tests, breath tests and field sobriety tests. By Jamie Spencer.
  11. Covers pending cases and new decisions that will shape Texas law. By Don Cruse.
  12. Covers the political, economic and social consequences of crime, punishment and justice in the Lone Star State. By Scott Henson.
  13. Devoted to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, with special emphasis on patent litigation. By Michael C. Smith.
  14. Dedicated to Texas Law. By Bryan Owens.
  15. Covers Texas law and legal issues. By Bradley Clark and John Jacks.
  16. Observations on developments in law, business, medicine, culture, sports, and other matters of general interest to the Houston business, professional, and academic communities. Published by Houston attorney Tom Kirkendall.
  17. Litigation and injury news, cases and commentary. By Perlmutter & Schuelke, LLP.
  18. Discusses arbitration, mediation and alternative dispute resolution. By Karl Bayer.
  19. Covers broker fraud, investor fraud, marketing timing, and securities fraud. By Shepherd Smith Edwards & Kantas.
  20. Covers DWI, drugs and other criminal offenses. By Jamie Spencer.