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July 07, 2008


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» Best in Class from Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog
Here is a post on the E-Commerce Law blog that did a survey of the best law blogs (blawgs) from each of the 50 states, and I was flattered that this blog was chosen to represent the State of Delaware... [Read More]

» The Star Spangled Blawg Review Asks About Justice from Settle It Now Negotiation Blog
A tremendous effort accomplished today by Blawg Review # 167 at E-Commerce Law, bringing us at least one post from blogs in all 50 states organized by the date of their entry into the union. Blogger Jonathan Frieden must have... [Read More]

» Blawg Review Republic from What About Clients?
Do read Blawg Review #167, skillfully covering last week's best posts. Ambitious and expertly-done, it pays homage to the 50 states in order of their ratification of the Constitution. And there's even a mention of WAC?'s native Washington, D.C., where... [Read More]

» 50 Stars of the 50 States: Blawg Review #167 from Chicago IP Litigation Blog
Blawg Review #167 is up at the E-Commerce Law blog -- click here to read the Review. The theme, in honor of America's birthday, is the fifty blogging stars of the fifty states. IP blogs had a reasonably large presence, including Illinois's star, Evan ... [Read More]


Charon QC

Hi. Thanks very much for the mention in your Blawg review - very much appreciated.

Unfortunately - the link went to a daily news item and not to my call to the Duke of Edinburgh post

here is the link if you do want to listen to my phonecall with the Duke of Edinburgh


Best regards


Dan Schwartz

Wow. Great Blawg review this week. Honored to be included in such an esteemed list.

Francis Pileggi

Many thanks for including me in your blawg review. I appreciate it.
Francis Pileggi

Holden Oliver

Wow is the right word. Classy, literate, both broad and deep; we "past-is-prologue" history of ideas freaks at WAC? love the ratification springboard. First rate--and this week all without hard porn, too. How'd you manage that...?

Ron Coleman

Thanks, Jonathan!

I'm not just a self-described "IP maven," by the way. I really am an IP maven! Just ask my mother!

[Use of the term maven is not intended to denote certification or other official or authorized designation of expertise in any particular field of law. Merely attitude.]

Dave Wieneke

I'm sure Thomas Paine had in mind persons like the tenacious writers on Blawg Review when he said "Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom, must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it."

Thanks for the fantastic post, and for adding Useful Arts to your patriotic roll call.


Thanks for mentioning Rhode Island Law Journal. Those who miss my blogging there can find me at my new campaign blog, http://skschools.blogspot.com, where they can learn more about my campaign (and can donate!).


Thanks for the mention!

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