February 2012 Massachusetts Top Blawgs

  1. Covers real estate law and the real estate business. By Doug Cornelius.
  2. Covers trade secrets, noncompetes, privacy and security, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, trademarks, copyrights, and business torts. By Russell Beck.
  3. Covers employment law and bankruptcy.
  4. Provides resources, tips, and substantive advice to attorneys, focused on those licensed in Massachusetts, to help establish and institutionalize professional office practices. By Director Rodney Dowell, and LPA Jared Correia, Esq.
  5. Covers library legal issues, legal information sources, and notices for the Harvard Law community. From the law librarians of Harvard Law School.
  6. Covers new developments in health care law and policy. By David Harlow.
  7. Covers current issues in Massachusetts divorce and family law. By Steven Ballard.
  8. Discusses boating, car, motorcycle, and pedestrian accidents. By Altman& Altman.
  9. Covers topics such as felonies, violent crime, assault and battery, drug offenses, as well as wrongful convictions. By Altman & Altman.
  10. Addresses employment law issues. By McLane, Graf, Raulerson, & Middleton, PA.
  11. Covers criminal law topics such as DWI/OUI offenses, other traffic related offenses, and murder. By William D. Kickham.
  12. Covers litigation, criminal and employment law. By Zalkind Duncan & Bernstein LLP.
  13. Covers consumer bankruptcy and debtor issues. By Goldstein and Clegg LLC.
  14. Information on driving related legal issues for Massachusetts residents, including drunk driving, speeding tickets, moving violations, Junior Operators, Mature Drivers, license suspensions, and hardship licenses. By Jessica A. Foley.
  15. Covers injury and accident law. By Wacks & McHale PC.
  16. Covers qui tam and government law. By Greene LLP.
  17. Covers immigration law topics in English and Portuguese. By Joshua Paulin.
  18. Covers legal developments, trends and technology. By Jay Roncone.
  19. Covers appellate issues in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the First Circuit Court of Appeals. By Matt Cameron.