PIs in Maxim Magazine
, written by attorney, Ben Wright is new blog to me and one I discovered in the comments here at The Daily Caveat. Try it - you might find it as interesting as I do.
New Blog: The Legal Infrastructure of Business
China Law Blog
Not a publication I frequent, but I came upon a reference to the article in the process of discovering the Salgado Investigations company blog
. One to bookmark, I think, if you are interested in UK gumshoe happenings.
Labels: blogs, Salgado Investigations
EconoBlogging, a Typology from Conde Nast Portfolio
Interesting content here from a team of two lawyers, Dan Harris and Steve Dickinson, both of Harris and Moure
. Their red on red is a pretty intense color scheme, but the content is good. Start with their post China Bribery: Send Lawyers, Guns And Money
and go from there.The Daily Caveat
was in that part of the world just about a year ago. Here are some notes from Singapore
, Hong Kong
and (my favorite) Macau
Labels: blogs, bribery, China, Harris and Moure
For Your Reading List - Pharmalot
Have I mentioned that I am loving CondeNast Portfolio
? Although word of editorial troubles has gone around, the end product is easily the most stylish and new-media friendly online financial publication. For example, there is this uber-cool interactive breakdown of the Econoblogosphere
I'll assume the omission of The Daily Caveat
is just an oversight...
Lots of my favorites make appearances, along with plenty of new faces I'll have to add to my rotation. Hopefully this is something that they'll keep updating as time goes on, as some of the categories are a bit scant at present. But the idea and execution, very cool.
Labels: blogs, CondeNast Portfolio
For Your Reading List - LA Business Observed
is the pharmaceutical-industry focused investigative blog penned by Ed Silverman of the New Jersey Star Ledger
. Good stuff here if you, like The Daily Caveat, just generally skeptical of the drug industry and their billion dollar ad budgets.
Labels: blogs, Ed Silverman, pharma, Pharmalot
Reading List: Race to the Bottom
Business news from a tinsel-town perspective - Mark Lacter's
LA business blog is good reading. Check it out
Labels: blogs, LABizObserved, Mark Lacter
Porter Wright's SEC Action Blog: Meat and Potatoes for Securites Law
As you might have noticed, I've been catching up on my blog reading recently. Another new-to-me site that might be of interest to regular readers of this space is theracetothebottom.org
. Great looking blog with great content as well. The site is run by University of Denver College of Law
professor, J. Robert Brown, Jr.
with contributions from his students. Great stuff.
Labels: blogs, Race to the Bottom, securities, SOX
Blogs You Should Be Reading - Above the Law
A new site to me and one worth your time is Porter Wright Morris & Arthur's
blog on SEC Actions
. Overseen by Porter Wright SEC Action Group Chair, Thomas O. Gorman
, this is hard-chore nuts and bolts stuff. Their recent post on the SEC enforcement outlook for 2007
is very good read.
Definitely a site to bookmark...
Labels: blogs, Porter Wright, SEC
No longer just the title of Steven Seagal's debut flick
, Above the Law
is yet another new blog in the Dealbreaker.com
/ Dead Horse Media family of business oriented news-snark. See also Supermogul.
All three are the offspring of publisher Elizabeth Spiers
, formerly of the quite well known blog empire, Gawker Media
. If you're not currently reading any or all of the Dead Horse biz blogs, you probably should be.
Beware ads, however. They are plentiful.
Labels: Above the Law, blogs, Dead Horse Media, Deakbreaker, Elizabeth Spiers