February 2012 New York Top Blawgs

  1. Covers developments in New York Law. By Thomas Swartz.
  2. Covers patent infringement and litigation.
  3. Covers child support, domestic relations, and family law in New York. By Alexander Korotkin.
  4. Covers New York no-fault insurance law news, analysis and commentary. By Damin J. Toell and Erik B. Lutwin.
  5. Covers securities fraud, and other areas of securities law and banking and finance law. By Rich, Intelisano & Katz, LLP.
  6. Offers information and articles related to injury and accident law, criminal law, and immigration law in New York. By the Law Office of Mark Siesel, Esq.
  7. Legal Information (and other Insights) for small businesses, entrepreneurs and start-ups. By Imke Ratschko.
  8. Legal research updates from around the world and new and interesting research resources and web sites of interest. From Syracuse University College of Law.
  9. Random thoughts and helpful links and resources from Buffalo lawyer Jeremy Colby.
  10. Includes news, cases and commentary on real estate and property law in New York and nationwide. By Newman Ferrara LLP.
  11. A forum for New York Appellate Law, Civil Procedure, Insurance Coverage and Defense. By Matthew Lerner.
  12. Cover qui tam law and the process of bringing a case. By Getnick & Getnick.
  13. News and information gateway to web based services provided by the New York State Supreme Court Criminal Term Library in New York County.
  14. Covers the civil justice system, New York Courts, injury law cases and news. By Eric Turkewitz.
  15. A family friendly site where people can come to learn about Law, Government, and the Judicial System. By Anthony J. Colleluori.
  16. Covers technology and the legal profession. By Nicole Black, Matthew Lerner and Gregory Bell.
  17. Provides New York criminal law updates and commentary. By Easton Thompson Kasperek.
  18. Covers New York elder law, estate law, and real estate legal issues. By Robert Friedman.
  19. Provides estate planning advice. By Kenneth R. Haas.
  20. Covers family law. By Keith Orenstein.