I am happy to announce that I have started another blog called The Write Lawyer, which is live as of today.
It reflects another area of interest of mine, and has a different look and feel than this blog. I anticipate bringing it under the LexBlog umbrella soon, but for now, I hope
Here are two new blogs that I recommend, and have added to my blogroll and RSS feed.
The first is Mediating Certainty, written by Keith A. Jones, a Charleston, West Virginia lawyer and a law school classmate. Keith’s blog will emphasize mediation and other substantive areas of law. Keith posted Friday about
I’ll be attending and blogging from the LegalTech New York 2009 seminar in a couple of weeks. The seminar will take place from February 2-4 at the New York Hilton in New York City.
If you’re in the area and want to attend a first-class program with interesting speakers and presentations
First of all, I want to thank the editors and everyone who submitted posts for today’s edition of the Blawg Review. I was impressed, as I think you’ll be, by the range and variety of the posts, and hope you enjoy them.
The number of this Blawg Review, 168, has
I am happy to announce that on Monday, July 14, 2008, I will host Blawg Review #142. I’ll post a reminder as the date gets closer, but I wanted to mention it today. Blawg Review is a weekly summary of submissions from varied and various legal blogs.
My thanks to Tom Mighell at Inter Alia for selecting West Virginia Business Litigation as his Blawg of the Day.
Jeffrey V. Mehalic limits his practice to civil litigation in state and federal courts. He specializes in litigation regarding employee benefit plans and their sponsors, fiduciaries, service-providers, and insurers.
He also practices in the areas of business and commercial litigation, and personal injury and wrongful death.