April 2011 Ohio Top Blawgs

  1. Provides commentary on criminal law, civil liberties and jurisprudence. By Jeffrey Gamso.
  2. Provides family law and divorce information for Ohio families. By Holzfaster, Cecil, McKnight & Mues.
  3. Covers laws and cases, with a focus on Cincinnati and Ohio. By the Cincinnati Law Library Association.
  4. Informs local attorneys of major legal developments important to their practice. By Sue Altmeyer.
  5. Comments on Ohio law with an emphasis on criminal law. By Russ Bensing.
  6. Covers family law, criminal law, and social security SSD/SSI ssues in Ohio. By the Law Offices of John T. Nicholson.
  7. Covers Cincinnati personal injury and workers compensation issues. By McKenzie & Snyder LLP.
  8. Reviews accounting, tax, and legal issues that face businesses and business owners in Ohio.
  9. Covers tax matters affecting people with disabilities. By Paul Nidich.
  10. Covers visas, green cards, and immigration law. By Shihab & Associates.
  11. Features legal news and research guides. From Case Western Reserve University School of Law.
  12. Covers directors and officers liability. By Kevin LaCroix.
  13. Covers broker and realtor issues, construction and development, landords and tenants, and real estate taxation. By Kohrman Jackson & Krantz.
  14. Provides case announcements and decision highlights. From the Supreme Court of Ohio and Ohio Government Telecommunications.
  15. Covers social security disability and supplemental security income claims. By Anthony Castelli.
  16. Focuses on privacy, security, data protection, technology, and financial services issues affecting corporations, governments, and individuals. By Tsibouris & Associates.
  17. Covers Ohio estate planning, trust and probate law. By Bradley B. Wrightsel.
  18. Legal information and research resouces. By the Michael E. Moritz Law Library at Ohio State University.
  19. Covers estate tax, marriage, medicaid and probate. By Michael D. Bonasera.
  20. Discusses environmental law and policy at both the national level and with a focus on developments in Ohio. By Joseph P. Koncelik of Frantz Ward LLP.