"Woo-Hoo! We’ve Hit the Big Time!" writes Greg May at The California Blog of Appeal announcing that his blog post on alternative fee arrangements in appellate practice is featured in Blawg Review #123 hosted by Todd Smith at Texas Appellate Law Blog.
That's one of the great things about Blawg Review; each week a different host selects some of the most interesting law blog posts from those recommended and submitted, and features them (including some blawgs we've never seen before) in an entertaining presentation that is unique to each host's perspective on the blawgosphere.
Todd is Board Certified in Civil Appellate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and currently serves as editor of the State Bar Appellate Section newsletter, The Appellate Advocate. He has handled matters before many of the state’s fourteen intermediate appeals courts, the Texas Supreme Court, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.So, this week, appellate attorney Todd Smith, on the Texas Appellate Law Blog, presents Blawg Review #123, his final judgment in the case of In re Blawg Review.
This case presents issues involving patent infringement, trademark and copyright violations, defamation, free speech, arbitration, expert testimony, jury misconduct, cumulative error, attorney’s fees, and costs. The parties have provided extensive briefs, and we have received several amicus curiae submissions.Check out this week's Blawg Review #123 to see who all he's included in his selection of the best submissions this week.
And be sure to send in your best blog post and recommendations for next week's extravaganza, Blawg Review #124 by George Lenard, who will attempt to outperform his previous Blawg Review #15 at the new and improved law blog George's Employment Blawg. Word is, he's already working on it to avoid another all-nighter like the one he pulled getting his previous Blawg Review together.