September 2011 Consumer Law Top Blawgs

  1. Covers the foreclosure crisis. By Martin Andelman.
  2. Nolo.com's Podcast topics include estate planning, wills, trusts, divorces, contracts, hiring a lawyer, copyrights, trademarks, patents, personal injury, bankruptcy and more.
  3. Covers broker fraud, investor fraud, marketing timing, and securities fraud. By Shepherd Smith Edwards & Kantas.
  4. News, views and information on self-help law and pro se litigation.
  5. Focused on medical malpractice, specifically in the Podiatric field. By Michael A. Quinn.
  6. Covers background investigations and reports in consumer and employment matters. By Gordon Leech.
  7. Covers consumer law, arbitration, credit card fraud, credit report errors, foreclosure, and identity theft. By Watts & Herring, LLC
  8. Covers Michigan law topics.
  9. Exposing the strings and catches in advertising fine print and analyses the legal meaning and enforceability.
  10. Tracks reported personal, private and confidential data breaches which can lead to identity theft and credit fraud.
  11. By Solomon, Bascietto & Mfume LLC.
  12. Covers consumers rights regarding fraud, unfair and deceptive acts and practices in the purchase of new or used cars. By Gordon Leech.
  13. Covers false advertising and intellectual property issues. By Professor Rebecca Tushnet.
  14. Covers debt relief, bankruptcy, estate planning and elder law in Idaho.
  15. Resources for the prevention, detection, and recovery of identity theft. By KnightsBridge Castle.
  16. Covers bankruptcy and foreclosure. By Jason S. Buckingham.
  17. Discusses credit and bankruptcy. By Professors Bob Lawless, Angela Littwin, Katie Porter, John Pottow, Deborah Thorne and Elizabeth Warren.
  18. Covers litigation-related issues concerning consumer packaged goods manufacturers, retailers, advertisers, consumers and attorneys. By Kotchen & Low LLP.
  19. Provides legal tips for businesses and consumers in California. By Carl H. Starrett.
  20. Covers injury, consumer, employment and class action issues in Oregon. By David Paul and David Sugerman.