Covers corporate, employment law, environmental, forms, insurance, IP, litigation and more. By Geoffrey G. Gussis.
The legal blog of theInnocence Project founded in 1992 by Barry C. Scheck and Peter J. Neufeld at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University to assist prisoners who could be proven innocent through DNA testing.
Covers foreign patent filing issues, ranging from the PCT process and cost-savings measures to country-specific issues related to the national stage entry.
Covers insolvency and corporat restructuring in the UK, Europe, cross-border and beyond. By Mercer & Hole.
Online magazine of opinion. By University of Tennessee College of Law professor Glenn Reynolds.
By the Institute for Food Laws and Regulations (IFLR) at Michigan State University.
Covers investment fraud involving auction-rate securities, credit rating agencies, hedge funds and mortgage-backed securities. By Shepherd Smith Edwards & Kantas.
Covers bad faith, duty to defend, duty to indemnify, liability policies, reimbursement of legal fees and subrogation. By Dunn Carney Allen Higgins & Tongue.
Covers insurance news.
Covers bad faith, insurance coverage, D&O liability, excess and surplus lines, and more. By Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge.
Marketing advice for law firms. From Jennifer Campbell of Integrity Marketing Solutions (IMS).
Covers internet legal research resources. By Tom Mighell.
Covers franchise law issues.
Covers international extradition and transnational criminal defense. By McNabb Associates.
By Professor Mark E. Wojcik and Cindy Galway Buys.
Edited by Professor Jacob Katz Cogan.
Legal developments involving the Internet and new technologies. By Evan Brown.
Features a defense attorney perspective on internet pharmacy, prescription, and drug laws. By Donald Cooley.
Features voices on international law, policy and practice.
Covers the right to recover money from dishonest stockbrokers and investment advisers.
Covers intellectual property in China.
Comments on developments in copyright and trademark law. By Andrew Berger.
Intellectual property news affecting business and everyday life. From patent lawyer Lawrence B. Ebert.
Covers copyright, patent, trade mark and privacy/confidentiality issues from a UK and European perspective.
Covers patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets and Internet issues. By Gene Quinn.
Covers tax law, with specific emphasis on developments in the IRS's Off-Shore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative/Program.
Covers IRS problems and how to solve them. By Darrin Mish.
Covers International Trade Commission cases and news. By Oblon Spivak.
Law and other thoughts by Lewis & Clark Law School Professor Jack Bogdanski.
Covers bonds, DUI, drug crimes and probation. By The Forbess Law Firm.
Covers elder neglect, auto accidents, and nursing home abuse. By Farah and Farah, P.A.
Covers prisoners' rights and criminal justice in the United Kingdom. By former prisoner John Hirst Hull.
Covers technology, libraries, and the Internet. By Jason Eiseman.
For attorneys seeking career satisfaction, work/life balance and personal growth.
Covers litigation checklists, litigation knowledge management, strategy, and the future of litigation.
Covers technology and legal research. By the staff of the Philadelphia-based Jenkins Law Library.
Commentaries on security regulation.
Covers technology and legal research.
Covers intellectual property, politics and teaching. By Harvard Law Professor and Executive Director of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society John Palfrey.
Covers Long Island criminal defense law. By Joseph Potashnik & Associates PLLC.
Covers employment law cases. By Michael Fox.
Edited by University of Miami School of Law Professor Michael Froomkin, The Journal of Things We Like (Lots)–JOTWELL–invites law professors to join us in filling a telling gap in legal scholarship by creating a space where legal academics will go to identify, celebrate, and discuss the best new legal scholarship.
Features legal news and research guides. From Case Western Reserve University School of Law.
Describes the interplay between legal responses to exogenous change and the law's own endogenous capacity for adaptation. By Louis D. Brandeis Dean Jim Chen.