September 2011 New York Top Blawgs

  1. Covers intellectual property and technology law and news. By Kelly D. Talcott.
  2. Covers patent infringement and litigation.
  3. Provides a summary of an Appellate Division case of special interest to New York practitioners.
  4. Provides estate planning advice. By Kenneth R. Haas.
  5. Covers criminal law, information technology and news for law librarians. By David Badertscher.
  6. Includes news, cases and commentary on real estate and property law in New York and nationwide. By Newman Ferrara LLP.
  7. Covers the transition from student status and worker status to legal permanent residency and/or citizenship. By Amanda R. Goodman.
  8. Covers the law of selling or purchasing a business. By Nissenbaum Law Group.
  9. Covers child support, domestic relations, and family law in New York. By Alexander Korotkin.
  10. Covers New York medical malpractice, car accident and construction accident laws. By Law Offices of Michael H. Joseph, PLLC.
  11. Comments on developments in copyright and trademark law. By Andrew Berger.
  12. Legal research updates from around the world and new and interesting research resources and web sites of interest. From Syracuse University College of Law.
  13. Covers long term disability advocacy, disability benefits and claimant tips. By Riemer & Associates LLC.
  14. New York Criminal Attorney Blog covers DWI/DWAI, traffic violations, gun crimes, weapon crimes, prostitution, and other criminal offenses. By New York attorneys, Tilem & Associates.
  15. Discusses recent cases and developments pertaining to New York trusts and estates law. By Farrell Fritz.
  16. Covers court decisions, news and developments affecting federal criminal practice in New York. By JaneAnne Murray.
  17. Covers immigration law topics. By Chris Gafner.
  18. Covers current events and issues in personal injury and medical malpractice law. By Levine & Slavit.
  19. Covers employeee benefits, ERISA, and employment law. By Stanley D. Baum.
  20. Covers criminal defense, DWI, and the economics of small office law practice. By Warren Redlich.