February 2012 Trials and Litigation Top Blawgs

  1. Covers a wide range of business litigation issues in the Southern California area. By Sylvester, Oppenheim, & Linde.
  2. Covers appellate law and advocacy.
  3. Covers 468B settlement funds, factoring, medicare set-aside arrangements, settlement planning, special needs trusts and structured settlements. By Patrick Hindert.
  4. Covers breach of contract, implied contract, oral contracts, defamation, and unjust enrichment. By Tamari & Blumenthal, LLC.
  5. Covers legal news, politics, and whimsy. By Evan Schaeffer.
  6. A civil justice defense blog. By the Drum Major Institute for Public Policy.
  7. Resource for in-house counsel, business executives, human resource managers and others who monitor litigation and legal issues affecting Oregon businesses. By Ater Wynne.
  8. Provides updates and trends in Pennsylvania civil litigation law. By Daniel E. Cummins.
  9. Alaska Law Blog covers commercial, business, banking, construction, engineering, real estate, and employment law litigation. By Atkinson, Conway & Gagnon.
  10. Covers appellate litigation. By Howard J. Bashman.
  11. Examines interesting and new developments regarding grand juries and trial juries. By Thaddeus Hoffmeister.
  12. By Robin Effron, Cynthia L. Fountaine, Patricia Hatamyar Moore and Adam Steinman.
  13. Covers asset searches, fraud investigations, and legal strategies for recovering hidden assets. By Fred L. Abrams.
  14. Covers electronic discovery. By Aaref Hilaly.
  15. Provides information and advice to trial attorneys from an appellate attorney. By Donna Bader.
  16. Features class action news, commentary, and analysis. By Paul Karlsgodt.
  17. Covers complex litigation and class actions. By H. Scott Leviant.
  18. Covers litigation-related issues concerning consumer packaged goods manufacturers, retailers, advertisers, consumers and attorneys. By Kotchen & Low LLP.
  19. Covers lean litigation practices. By Stewart Weltman.
  20. Covers courtroom techniques, topics include, depositions, direct examination, historic trials, professional growth, and training opportunities. By Paul Mark Sandler.