Every year, the ABA Journal invites nominations for its Blawg 100 list, a compilation of staff and reader “favorites” within the legal blogosphere. The rigorous selection process for the 2017 list has begun, with the magazine calling for recommendations from “Blawg Amici” – regular readers who wish to support and spread the word about their favorite legal blogs.
Here’s a sampling of posts from the past year:
- 22 Steps Companies Can Take to Protect Their Trade Secrets
- California Employers Get Some Clarity on “Day of Rest” Requirement
- Top 10 Trends Facing California Employers in 2017
- ADA/FEHA Interactive Process Issues – 100% Healed Policies are 100% Illegal
- New California Employment Laws for 2017
- California’s Fair Pay Act Expanded to Include Race & Ethnicity
- The Clock is Ticking for the “De Minimus” Time Doctrine
- Minimum Wage/Salary Requirements for Non-Exempt and Exempt Employees
If you have enjoyed and valued our updates during the past year and believe the California Employment Law blog deserves a spot in the top 100, we invite you to take a few moments to nominate us. We’re happy to say that our audience numbers have increased significantly over the past year, to around 20,000 visitors/month, and we’re hoping that each visitor has left with new and valuable information on the California employment landscape. The online nomination process is very quick – it shouldn’t take more than a minute or so.
Blawg Amici nominations will be accepted until 11:59 p.m. CT on July 30, 2017. Thank you in advance for your support!