September 2008 Maine Top Blawgs

  1. Covers Maine criminal law issues.
  2. Covers car accidents, nursing home abuse, and medical malpractice in Maine. By Briggs & Wholey LLC.
  3. Covers criminal law in Maine and beyond. By Luke Rioux.
  4. By Verrill Dana LLP. Provides a resource to craft beverage producers interested in keeping abreast of legal developments and navigating the challenges unique to the industry.
  5. Covers insurance law. By Law Offices of Russell J. Goldsmith.
  6. Focuses on drunk driving and drug-related issues in Maine and the northeastern United States. By John Webb.
  7. Provides information on Maine criminal defense law.
  8. Legal practice blog with a focus on solo-small estate planning firm practice. By the Law Office of Smilie G. Rogers, PLLC.
  9. Covers Maine car accidents, motorcycle accidents and products liability cases, news and laws. By Peter Thompson & Associates.
  10. Covers employment discrimination, whistleblower protection, and wage and hour laws. By Maine Employee Rights Group.
  11. Covers Maine drunk driving and criminal defense topics.
  12. Covers legal issues and developments for Maine members of the LGBTQIA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, or Allies) community. By West End Legal, LLC.
  13. By the New Lawyers Section of the Maine State Bar Association.
  14. Covers major court or regulatory orders, conference or seminar announcements, breaking news in the world of renewable energy, and novel legal issues. By Verrill Dana LLP.
  15. Provides updates and commentary on developments in law affecting banks and financial institutions. By Verrill Dana LLP.
  16. Provides updates and commentary on employee benefit plans and executive compensation arrangements. By Verrill Dana, LLP.
  17. Covers personal injury and accident law issues in Maine. By the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein.
  18. Covers maritime law. By Verrill Dana.
  19. Covers legal developments in the labor and employment. By Verrill Dana.
  20. Covers intellectual property litigation. By Peter J. Brann, Stacy O. Stitham, and David Swetnam-Burland.