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A Stitch in Haste calls itself "a collection of real-world libertarian, individualist and laissez-faire rants on law, economics, politics, culture and other current events by an average, everyday lawyer and investment banker and part-time pop scholar."
"News and insight regarding banking, as it pertains to directors and officers liability."
"A blog exploring the intersection of law and economics." Topics include financial markets, SCOTUS, government stimulus plans, securities and investment strategies.
"Examines the repercussions of bailing out failed industry, failed individuals and failed ideas. The site advocates for, among other things, criminal investigations of financial sector activity leading to the crisis and bailouts."
Topics include board structures and procedures; community and economic development; elections; emergency management; ethics and conflicts; finance and tax law; general local government; land use and code enforcement; legislative updates; open government; public health; and property transactions.
"A news, research and discussion platform for monitoring the evolution of communist and ex-communist countries to market economies."
"A blog devoted to the comparative law and economics of patent remedies."
Concurring Opinions is a general-interest blawg.
Economics, law tidbits and news of the weird.
"The ELS blog serves as an online forum to discuss and provide links for emerging empirical legal scholarship, provide conference updates, discuss empirical claims that have emerged in public and political discourse, facilitate discussion for guest empirical scholars and assess current empirical findings and methodologies."
"The purpose of this blog is to explore the business and legal culture of China. In 1881 Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. wrote, 'The life of the law has not been logic; it has been experience.' Each time I read a U.S. court decision, Holmes' quote flashes through my mind. In China, the rule is the same, but the experience is different. Here's to broadening the experience."
Export Law Blog covers current issues in export law, including export controls imposed by the department of state, the department of commerce, and the department of treasury. The blog also covers issues relating to country, regime and individual economic sanctions, anti-boycott restrictions, as well as criminal prosecutions and civil penalty actions arising from export violations.
Most posts cover corporate finance litigation; occasional posts discuss the U.S. Supreme Court or note issues of interest to the individual investor.
"A mosaic of perspectives on legal, political, economic, and regulatory issues that drive company valuations and country investment prospects."
"Quiet Highway: Saga of a Gentleman. A blog about finance, law, and the journey of an amateur economist."
"A periodic review of topics of interest in corporate and business law that impact India."
"The site is intended to be of use to anyone around the world who is interested in trade law issues. We have tried to develop features that appeal to a wide variety of people who might be interested in trade law, including: trade lawyers in private practice; government officials and employees of international organizations; professors and students; trade policy experts; think tanks; and nongovernmental organizations."
"Legal news and analysis of current U.S. and foreign events." Discusses financial, international and corporate law.
"Reports on U.S. civil courts, government regulation and public policy."
Presidential politics, U.S. foreign policy, economic issues.
Dedicated to technology and intellectual property issues for lawyers, inventors and venture capitalists. A recurring feature is the Industry Spotlight, which has video interviews with technology professionals.
ProfessorBainbridge.com offers a potpourri of posts mainly about corporate law. But Stephen Bainbridge isn't averse to expressing his opinions about social issues, religion and politics.
"Plain-English analysis of legal financial and economic news and events stripped of politics and sensationalism. The goal here is to create a comfortable environment for readers to absorb and understand complex economic information to help them make informed decisions about finances, employment, housing, etc.—namely, all of the economic aspects of one’s life. The blog also occasionally takes time to examine the interplay between law and economics, especially in the wake of the 2008 Financial Crisis. However, if you are looking for high-level economic analysis and study, links are provided on this site to some of the most respected economists and market analysts."
Wide-ranging discussion of political, legal and economic issues, among others.
Posts link to news stories, columns and documents relating to tax law.