April 2011 District of Columbia Top Blawgs

  1. Covers False Claims Act and related statutes. By Ben Vernia.
  2. Covers medical malpractice, product liability, public health and tort reform. By Regan Zambri & Long.
  3. Covers automobile accidents, burn injury, child safety, defective products, police misconduct, premises liability and truck accidents. By Regan Zambri & Long.
  4. Covers injury and disability issues. By Greenberg & Bederman, LLP.
  5. Covers listing decisions, critical habitats and endangered species litigation. By Nossaman LLP.
  6. Covers construction contracts, guarantees, warranties and workplace policies.
  7. Covers government contracts, bid protests, and contract disputes. By Brown Rudnick.
  8. Features updates on regulatory and public policy matters in Washington, DC in national security, trade, and international law.
  9. Offers insights on current developments in the intellectual property space, and discusses patent, trademark, trade secret and copyright information and news.
  10. Features business news, resources and links. By Antonio "Tony" Arocho.
  11. Covers green building and sustainability issues from a legal perspective. Edited by Will Pearce.
  12. Covers the legal rights of persons injured in car accidents and motorcycle accidents. By Lebowitz & Mzhen.
  13. Covers news and regulation of wave, tidal and offershore wind energy. By Carolyn Elefant.
  14. Life as a Howard University School of Law student in Washington, DC
  15. Covers domain names, privacy, and intellectual property.
  16. Covers civil litigation and employment law.
  17. Covers healthcare, disclosure, medical error, product safety, standard of care, surgery, and travel risks. By Patrick Malone.
  18. Covers building safety, cars, health insurance, legislation, medical malpractice, mental health, product liability, and vaccines. By Patrick Malone.
  19. Covers injury law news and updates in Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia. By Mesirow & Associates, PLLC.
  20. Covers the representation of nonprofit, tax-exempt organizations, including public charities, private foundations (company-sponsored and family-endowed), social welfare organizations, trade associations, hospitals, private schools, colleges and universities and charitable trusts. By Anthony & Middlebrook.