Texas Employment Law Blogs Worth a Look

When I started the Texas Employment Law Update almost three years ago, there were only three employment law blogs I was familiar with written by Texas attorneys: Work Matters -Texas Employers Blog, Jottings by an Employer's Lawyer and the Texas Employment Law Blog. Today there are a number of other good blogs focused primarily on developments in Texas law. Some has an employer's focus and some focus on issues of importance to employees and individuals. As you consider which votes to cast the the ABA Journal Blawg 100 (i.e., the list of the top 100 legal blogs), and after you've voted for the Texas Employment Law Update for the Blawg 100 (nomination form here), check out the following employment blogs authored by Texas attorneys to see if one or more of them should be nominated too (voting ends September 9, 2011). San Antonio Employment Law Blog (employee) Houston Employment Law Blog (employee) Employment Law Blog by Strasburger & Price (employer) Smooth Transitions (noncompete law employee and employer) Dallas Noncompete Lawyer (noncompete law employee and employer) Texas Employer Handbook (employer) If you're in a voting mood, you can also cast your ballet for the LexisNexis Top 25 Employment Law Blogs. I'd appreciate your vote for that honor as well. Voting ends September 12, 2011. You can find out how to vote for the LexisNexis Top 25 here and see other blogs outside of Texas that are worthy of following. Follow me on Twitter @RussellCawyer.

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