February 2011 North Carolina Top Blawgs

  1. Reports on judicial decisions of significance to business and shareholders. By Mack Sperling of Brooks Pierce LLP.
  2. Covers trade secrets and trade legislation with a focus on the Southeastern states. By Press Millen and Todd Sullivan of Womble Carlyle.
  3. Covers businesses, trends, technology and venture investing in the Southeast. By Jason Caplain.
  4. By Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo, L.L.P.
  5. Covers North Carolina workers compensation and employment law. By Pattersn Harkavy LLP.
  6. Covers immigration issues, including current political and social events and their impact on immigration law and reform. By Kuck Casablanca LLC.
  7. Covers North Carolina divorce, child custody and child support issues. By Arnold & Smith.
  8. Covers the practice of law in Greensboro, North Carolina.
  9. Covers North Carolina contract and tort law. By Maginnis Law.
  10. Comments on North Carolina civil litigation and laws. By Bradley A. Coxe.
  11. Musings on estate planning and links to articles on estate planning.
  12. Covers car accidents, drunk driving, and injuries to children. By Lee Law Offices.
  13. Features library news and updates. From Elon University School of Law Library.
  14. Covers the application of North Carolina personal injury and products liability law to traffic accidents, defective products and prescription drugs. By Davis Law Group, P.A.
  15. Personal injury issues in North Carolina and South Carolina.
  16. A discussion of trusts and estates litigation in North Carolina. By Evan Lohr.
  17. Advice, tips and musings regarding law school and life thereafter from a former trial lawyer (and guest bloggers), now Director of Public Service Programs at the North Carolina Central University School of Law in Durham, NC.
  18. Covers eminent domain issues in the States of Indiana, North Carolina and Illinois.
  19. Covers North Carolina law.
  20. Discusses traffic matters, family law, criminal law, wills and estate planning and personal injury law as it relates to North Carolina and South Carolina.