June 2008 Washington Top Blawgs

  1. Covers trademark law developments from Seattle and beyond. By Michael Atkins.
  2. Covers various accident, injury, and medical malpractice topics including nursing home abuse and wrongful death. By Farber Law Group.
  3. Offers news items and resources relating to trial advocacy, with a focus on Washington State. By Mary Whisner.
  4. Covers evictions. By Scott Eller.
  5. Covers events in labor, employment, and employee benefits law in Seattle, Washington. By Donald W. Heyrich.
  6. Covers construction litigation and legislation in Washington, Alaska and Oregon. By Ahlers & Cressman PLLC.
  7. Covers offshore injuries involving fishing vessels. By Beard, Stacey & Jacobsen, LLP.
  8. Covers construction, environmental, land use and real estate law. By Davis, Wright Tremaine LLP.
  9. This blog covers all aspects of personal injury law, including topics such as automobile accidents, insurance issues, motorcycle accidents, and truck accidents. By Bernard Law Group, PLLC.
  10. Covers workers compensation issues in Washington.
  11. Covers limited government, freedom, federalism and judicial restraint.
  12. Features summaries of recent appellate court opinions on issues of law important to the Washington insurance industry. By Jason W. Anderson.
  13. Covers Washington Supreme Court and Washington Court of Appeals decisions, as well as local and national legal news. By Justin Walsh.
  14. Covers the latest news on maritime law, accidents, and settlements. By Anderson Carey Alexander
  15. Covers various accident and injury accident topics. By Farber Law Group.
  16. Covers criminal law. By The Rainier Law Group, PLLC.
  17. Covers criminal, family and Injury law. By Blair & Kim, PLLC.
  18. Covers issues around condominium ownership, homeowners associations, and construction defects. By Barker Martin.
  19. Provides information for individuals who have been injured by the neglect of other people or businesses.
  20. Covers legal issues on open government laws in Washington state and the rest of the nation. By Foster Pepper.