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Another week, another sizable contingent of blogs join us here on the LexBlog Network. And much like last few weeks, they’re joining us in varying ways. While it’s always a blast to have a hand in building the individual publications—as we did with a few this week—it’s just as fun when others join us through publications we built, as is the case with the ProVisors Thought Leadership Portal, which we launched last week, and a number of the blogs below.
Let’s get right to it.
- Steptoe & Johnson LLC keeps on fleshing out their publishing network, and that continues with the debut of their Investigations and Enforcement Blog. Powered by a team of highly-experienced lawyers, the lawyers draw on that experience in complex international investigations and enforcement matters to write on subjects that so far include the FIFA bribery case, securities enforcement around the pandemic and how remote internal investigations can be conducted.
- Who doesn’t love a good niche? One of the best ways to find success in legal blogging is to hone in on a subject no one or few others are covering—and that’s exactly the case with Fort Lauderdale lawyer Sean Hummel and his Florida Personal Jurisdiction blog. As Sean writes, “a court’s decision to exercise jurisdiction over the parties in a civil action is probably the most consequential aspect of any civil proceeding,” and he aims to cover everything around that.
- The first of eight publications joining us via the ProVisors Thought Leadership Portal is the blog of California business law firm Schneider & Associates. Like the firm itself—led by partner Theodore Schneider—the blog hones in on issues impacting businesses, of which there are plenty during the coronavirus pandemic.
- Jumping from a blog run by lawyers to one trying to help lawyers run their practice, we have this publication from legal business development expert Steve Fretzen. The author of three books, he brings that writing experience to bear in providing readers with insight coronavirus-proofing a law practice, the process of going solo, using LinkedIn for networking and a lot more.
- Daniel Gonzales, a partner at distinguished San Jose law firm Ferrari Ottoboni Caputo & Wunderling, is another lawyer joining the LexBlog Network via ProVisors. A longtime attorney in the field of California real estate, Daniel offers two decades of experience as he provides readers with insight on everything and anything real estate in the Golden State.
- Offering up another solo-powered blog, we have Los Angeles tax attorney Sanford Millar joining us on the LexBlog Network. His Los Angeles Tax Blog is exactly what the title says, as Sanford weighs in on issues unique to California and also international tax developments—as he does work on that front, as well.
- Staying right there in sunny California, we have this blog joining us from the team of lawyers at Jen Lee Law. In their own words, their focus—with both their practice and the blog—”is on helping individuals and business owners understand their rights when it comes to debt and credit.”
- From the West Coast to the Midwest, we have a new blog joining us from Chicago-based Stillman Law Group. The firm and the blog are the product of attorney Nina Stillman, who offers more than 25 years of experience in business and estate planning—with the blog’s recent posts covering estate planning in this low interest rate environment, potential liabilities around reopening your business and asset protection.
- It’s always cool to see the personal outlets of high-powered attorneys join our ranks, and we have the second such this week with Haynes and Boone partner Roger Royse adding his blog to the LexBlog Network. Royse works with companies ranging from newly formed tech startups to publicly traded multinationals in a variety of industries.
- Speaking of publications from lawyers at large firms, Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell has added their Cybersecurity Lawyer Forum to the LexBlog Network. Authored by Robert Braun and Michael Gold, co-chairs of the firm’s Privacy Law Group, the blog focuses on providing key guidance to decision-makers at middle-market companies.
Also worth noting.
Not a new blog joining the network, but we at LexBlog are proud to announce the launch of a new website for longtime LexBlog Network member Jason Brown and his Minnesota-based Brown Law Offices. The site, of course, features a blog—one that covers a number of subjects related to family law.