Jottings By An Employer's Lawyer

Monday, October 10, 2005

While On An Extended Blogging Hiatus


I have been remiss in congratulating George Lenard and his blogging colleagues, Michael Harris and Catherine Collingwood, who have upgraded what was already a marvelous site, George's Employment Blawg, to even better things.

I also missed out on welcoming Professor Rick Bales, Professor at the University of Northern Kentucky Chase School of Law who has taken over as editor of the LaborProf Blog, and retitled it to fit more accurately the broader area that he intends to address, The Workplace Prof Blog. From his bio, it appears that Professor Bales began his legal career here in Texas, working for Baker & Botts and Baker & Hostetler.
While September and early October blogging was light, I have not been totally remiss in communicating as I did teach 4 sessions of Essential Employment Law for the University of Texas CLE division (Austin, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio), a presentation on retaliation and whistleblowing for the Texas Advanced Paralegal Seminar and a presentation on How Employers Make Juries Mad - And Pay for It With Big Verdicts for my firm's Indianapolis' office's first full day seminar.

And managed to practice a little law as well.


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