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FindLaw Announces Its Consumer Legal Blogs

By Nerissa Sardi on May 28, 2009 7:08 PM

FindLaw (a Thomson Reuters business) today formally announced the launch of its nine consumer legal blogs.

The new blogs; written by FindLaw's in-house team of attorney authors, editors & producers; offer commentary on common legal issues and current events. "There is a little something for everyone" says lead attorney editor, Stephanie Rahlfs. "By utilizing blog technology we are able to bring the legal world down to earth, expose need-to-know legal developments and the more entertaining side of the law in real time."

Consumers can subscribe to any of the blogs for free via RSS.  

FindLaw Blotter - News and commentary on American crime and criminals.

Common Law - Consumer protection Law focused on product & food safety and recalls, consumer health and privacy.

Law & Daily Life - News and information on topics related to people's daily lives including marriage, child and partnership laws, employment law, estate planning and related.

Free Enterprise - Legal information and updates affecting small businesses.

Injured - Current information and tort law pertaining to accidents and injuries, defamation, malpractice and wrongful death.

Tarnished Twenty - Legal news on the sport industry including crimes by famous athletes, contract news, and professional team updates.

Legal Grounds - Odd or funny legal topics on unusual legal developments or crimes.

Courtside - Up-to-date or breaking legal news from the courts including breaking documents, notable trials and other judicial news.

FindLaw Insider - The latest news and trends related to including updates, and interesting facts and statistics.

FindLaw's consumer blogs are the first for Thomson Reuters to provide current legal news and commentary for the general public and legal industry.  

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